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Title: Family friend
Uniform Title: Family friend (Monticello, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.C. Cobb
Place of Publication: Monticello Fla
Creation Date: October 6, 1860
Publication Date: 1859-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Monticello (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jefferson County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Jefferson -- Monticello
Coordinates: 30.544722 x -83.867222 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 22, 1859)-
General Note: F.R. Fildes, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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TOL. II. MONTICELLO, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6, I860* NO. 34. J


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Business Cards. dise ; Jaleph wore for her a garland ley. Three Chadoei for a Wife. The most characteristic instance of
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.... k Immln lrittul, a garland of matchless beauty, made of When the morrow came, Arnetto rcpaii. ;i !nff politeness to nn extreme, came cArY
'" shells and flowers. Arnetto trained for hcr ed to the cottage ofTnmar She wns pal wife, long since at a lliboriau ban; as related td ,
Ohas.M.. West PUBLISHED::! EVERY SATURDAY. n horse fleet ns! the antelope ; Jaleph learned but more than ever benutifiil.! As she SA\V fail. by one of the sons of Erin, who keenly
-DEALER ix1PROVI80N8 to play the melodies which filled her Arnette, she looked anxiously for his cote; which appreciates a good thing. It enema tha
& GROCERIES GENERALLY SCALE OF PRICESTo innocent slumber with enchanting dreams in. She grew paler as ho came not r.1Il1 but it gay Lothario, in crossing the room to

TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. ", charged by tI., Fret of J-lnriJa for evtrydc So beloved, Tamar was very hnppy. None nowhere to be seen.! It was the nppointci er ; request Bridget's hand in the next reel, o :
AL orders accompanied l>y tho CASH wilt eripHon of AJi'crlinitiy, i could tell which swain sho lavorcd. hour. Arnette, too, looked round wit'} I stumbled over the outstreched foot of Mr J :

June lath with 1880.prompt attention." 18-ly. fADOrtED DY THE EDITORIAL co vENno .]] Had each one been her brother she couli visible concern. Deb O'Grndy, who promptly arose, "

1 Square, (occupying the paoe.ol 1J HreTicr linen,, not have been more kind. Tho aged pro. "Arnette," said] the mother, "my dauglilor ricd. Ind in the politest manner, aid : .
BRICK-LAYING AND PLASTERING. or I.."*.,)one Insertion.! .. .. OJ .. .. OJ. fl ot pie, who lived all their children, looked 01 has decided. She will give her heart to ( I beg your pardon, sir.'. I
Joseph O. Tay10r, For every mbnequcnt, inik'rtinn.. OJ.. .. il nnd shook their heads ; for they saw thai him whom her heart has chosen. But when puddle No offence-no offence, sir. at all,' responded I
Square 8 mont In ., .. ,_, ,. ,. ., 100 this must end and they feared that i it is the other it fault.'
IMI01 rDO !J..tl..O FlLA.! 1 0 months .. OJ. .. ... .. 800 Jnleph' ? Deb 4 Wn my my- (aol,
ONTIXIJF'3 to cnrry on th. cibove bnsin C .11 Itt branches, and will l>e pleAncd to receive :a .' 1.. .. .. ... .. .. ..200(1 The time cnme when Tamnr also sa\t "You know not ? lIe should bo hero. when : entirely" was the response, accompanied
portion of the pntronnge of the ub1k. Oriinncntal 8 1 ,' .. .. .. .. .. .. . 25 00 and felt that tho noble cousins, loved her What hns become of him ? Where is he?'" Deb with a graceful bend of the body,and wave
Work done In al good ty1e can be ncoompliihed 4 1 .. .. .. .. .. .. .... I. 80 00 with more than brotherly love. Arnettc "Alas I I kno\v') not saul. tho hcroii of the hand
by nny one In the Statel Entire natlnftictaun t column .. .. .. .., .. . 4000 the first declared' his 1 No sir, answered Misther O'Toole yet
it gimrautced% in every case and work dune on i 1" .I. .. .. .. .., .,. CO 00 more impetuous pas youth;, grieved to the heart with su r.icion ,
rwonnbl tertn.I I 1" .. .. .. .. .. .. .10000 sion. which these quick questions.. eonve'el entirely in tho wrong sir ; I tell ye it was
3f" Ha will likewise superintend the making r..tl(> and Legal Notices to be charged tho ""Tnmar," he said, "beautiful Tamnr, 1 I I t"Mother::\ !I" cried the palo nnd, trcmblinj "' altngetltoa.ni7! fault!'
.u Feb.. 4th. 1860. 61-ly Not'co of P:>mii.lnn an Ailminliitrntor, for "Dear: Arnettte," breathed forth from the hns he saved tho lifo of Jaleph." : ] ther O'Grndy'do ye mane say b.
wliti-h the charge, nhall I be .. .. r.. 1000Advertisements open heart of the queenly, innocent mai The confidant of Jaleph whispered to gave telling 1 lie, sir !I' i
WEBER!
JO8EPH hnndi'd In for publicationnot( cpccIfvlnff den. her !! 'Bad luck to sir ; d'yo mane lo
Tnnuuthat lover had nnd she le ye Bay
I 1AND the number of liiM'rtioti, to be published gone, some
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I'd bo he sir I till it
UUALKR IXneadrTOado (till forbid and vhirged; In ncrordanccttUh above "Wilt thou bo mine ?" fainting: on the ground. her: so telling a when ye
: Clothing tcal,. tier lovely laco, which had been radiant Arnotto was! told that Jaleph: had\ fled, lime. wnsn't yei' fitult ?" responded O'Toole, quite

.A'XD QEXTLKMKX'S::- : l-TKXUmXO, \ : GOODS" u ._ with liapiiineKs, was now clouded with: Ho knew lo> well that t ho who had fled froir her : wrolh. Hnt luck to yer breeding, ye 1g.
TALLAHASSEE FLA. doubt and perplexity Arnottc soon saw his fate was the chosen love of the beauti mo if : Poithorool; I DI.O think e'd bG

ALWAYS l"III.lllnthftlMhn: req, ifcrux it, find lie\ asked again in deep, subdued fill Tnmar: ( : getting the bet tcr uv me in manners ? shouts
on
TTE keeps
p L JL Ve tinjs Fancy Cimtiug*, Ae. \\ h.-Ii In t I. ; tones( "0, beautiful one wilt thou be Arnette knelt down by her sido :roil press "N { ::\ ( O'Grndy, ns with a tip and n
>rep*re --
$unner, and on tho most rva*>iint,lt> terms The majestic girl covered her face: with "I wi1l111'1ng him to her or never seo lien mn (' 2 ns 1 pan: cake 1 The latter rallied, and
February 2Sth: ) 1800. I ly_ THE GOLDEN AGE. her hands, nnd.burst into a shower of teats!!, more." "' rough and tumble ensued, which ended 1

SACHE &; IOTTZR. Jaleph, at that moment came upon them,, In week from that day Arnette led. his to you the expulsion of both jintloman from thballroom.

JL1IUP.OTVPKT3\ AND PIIOTonRArilEIWram -, TM the far: ofTGoMon ncfc nliicli lii.illndo torinnl milling! in his, hand:\ 1 nn offering nt flowers conisin to the cottage: ofTnmar, nnd join 'V ,; .
( Oalvetlan, Tern*,) : to anti Jl'9cl'iLe'-in: the lienntitiil. vnl-! Ho stopped a moment! in mii'|>iino nt the lug their! hands, said, "Tnmar: ho is tiiiuoHo save/ -me.
: Incatt'tl nt Tnllnliwpp' ami Icy of n I'lI1nlll'in'r which empties into the lark brow of Arnetto, nnd the distress of lieu that I might be happy ; I have ; kets, : Shortly after the battle of Princeton, i
HAVE be fUllnd at their new S i id Light ( ,on Monroe Street.!: pet tiul fpring.tinic ; whel' nil sweet flow01 : told him tho decisive hour had him thou lovest." that I writing a humorous upon it, which !
.Mal lr..lnotn|>el. Aniljrotjrprf'the\ nnd riiotflrfilippromptly |.1 | I". s filled the nir with fragrance: nnd nil the jome.: The arms" of hot.ll'\I'ere twined around when stung one ot the officers, who had behav I
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executed. most Approved I
I'lvturri taken on' Patent Loiithor! C"1I\'nlcllt'rr) : melodious liirds ith 1'0ngs-wl1I gathered: With time Ir.nnknPFS that belonged to theleroio linn. Who tlhnllll\that he was less happy : HO very badly on this occasion that ho :

..u<.ling III tellers ami, I II.I .'l'rr..o. one ot those happy, groups nf families: into age of inllo'cnrc-I'efor, centuries in bin generous; self-sacrifice than they mal'l'r the poet a challenge to meet him at I
lyp 1 copied and enlnrved' If. .-..irf"IIl'l'n.t\ I'inn whicli, mankind wt'io: divi'k'd in the tirst n- jf Fo'fMini'sx, rapacity( nnd crime had itiuri : in their mutual: love ? 1 II-, for mortal combat. Tho second
ail I Loeki-U filled. Entire &ittafaelion gIven t>r r.o pcs! after the Dvlngc ; before t there Mere 1'.lthl i : ) bodus. nnd: deformed tho souls! olnen f The Golden) Ago lives! in dim tradition says fOln tho farmer busy with his pitchfork !
ttliarK' nittJ", fitic's", kingdomvnrn, nod the Rplcndoisand -he held out one hand: to his rival!, nnd poetic di'emits. It lives in every heart "' i whom he delivered the challenge of the t
::SepUiubi-r loth 1839.: 80-1 ices and cruellies of a more advanced :ind the other to the one they both," adored. that is i generous! nnd noblp. lie who can to IJot redoubtable hero. The good humoret :

Monticello House." ili/.alion. "I love you;. too, beautiful' Tnnmr: ," said love without selfishness is a hero of the Deb farmer, turning towards him, npricultual ?

The vale ofllo ,plowed: like a new parndisc. : the youth with i t the. hi ito eyes nnd golden; Golden! Age. out implement in his hand, coolly said"Gang :.
W. M. HUMPHREYS. PROPRIETOR The moiintnint, whoso glittering mir. "(iupii, of our 'H'.hers: : :" witness my ..-... sich n nwa" back to Mcrtor Smith, nail !
wcrcliko mirroiind- 10lIel'u we stnnd I Choose between see." tell him I line mine time to go to II-, to ,
peaks njewled crown, there organized in '
TTAVIXO PURCHASED THE A Manyrs: ago! was likes
but it ho to
Hotel of l!<>I. UlMfkburn., I ,, OVEJD.;;i I'd the valley, und shielded! it trout the cold II is Lowell, Massachusetts[ one of the best amid 1 give him satisfaction ;
pleated to hare the J pttrotmsc ",' .- ..(" bliist of tho Siberia wilds! Silver ca 'oadersJaxhed A deep, stinging pang shot through thoicart most popular! military companies in the A here, I'l do as ho ciJ-I'l runawn'
tended to It continued.\ I have aho bouf'lit n M. uta.w l : down the preeipicos/throngh, evergreen of eu'hlIIt: ); \ there they stood each State, known ns the ")IcchII1ics: Phalanx.'' I ego, I"p
furniture which will adJ to th" rmnfnrt nndruareiiieiue flowci hhrubt! and resigned to the tito: that: awaited .
inbly
of will nlw'' trees, ing : long punilant Captain: James D- was its first coin was: .
Mytxblc
with m'ICIlf'.t.the b. >t tli., nmili-l e.iu afTurd. ybxnpplied .' ines. TIlt! emerald rt'l'lIl1wnrd that lim.[ mnnder. IIo could neither writenoi speali: : A BAD STATS.: -An Irishman in Now ;
March 34th. ISO I ly uliiped! down to I lie rh'l'r'M be cpangled Tnmar\ looked on each. Sn long had: she' \\'t'lIII'IIIO roul with a thousand gay nrd odorous flowers; owed[ both, with tho pure love of saintly "OhllIi'kol'I )"" of patriotic memory." *jit lusted : wngon towards Easton, when he was met '':
T. ,M. 3PA.LM.1SR.: red Ntrawbi'ri irleamed through the gniK.. naidcnhoud, I hat the dccjter)' love now of: 'lie had his perils to encounter. On a prent thing hy n clergyman who was goin to church, .
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL the( dumps' vt t shubbery were filled, with urcd! only perplexed' ), :: tutu <:Nlicssed her.- occasion a military Company from Salem, him, 111 took the opportunity\ to chide the tray.
PKALEll IN- delivioiis! benii's; anti: rcpo:: \inc-f loaded tow could she take hoMclt' fl'olleither; ?- the whilom City of Witches, was to visit. elEr for n breach ot the habbnth. '
Tlio choiiest How hurt when both were !so dear ? "My friend said he, "this is a bad way1 ;
the( trees with pinplu' ter8. one tho "Spindle! City," and a grand military > (' ,
Domestic i and d Foreign Drugs fruit grew spot' tnneonsly: and the up'nnd "Arnettc, Jalephl: why nsk mo to tmd title reception was voted. lever- you are in." ;
trans were coveredhli wheat nnd choose! ? Are we! not happy: ? So let uareimin Captain: IJ-, for the reason already 1 to hI "Och honey," said the Irishman, "and

tTltolrc ramIr "u.UrlncOl, barley, sown by the lat ith> hand: ol Nature ? liinti'd at, as ho waa to bo triO promtnint; : for isn't it the turnpike) ?"
H1 TTOV @ AND: for the food of man.In The young men looked In each other's man of the occasion on lour side,' went toa tome. "Yes," replied tho minister, "but what '
this delightful scene were scattered lIa,101enl'II'J'\'II, amid each one fih,! I that it tiifiaftcrn and I pleaded'! for a toast, short ; I[ ml'al is, that: you are in 1 bad state."
I Toilet Articles, groups of rustic 'ottn1's-llmall, simple, oud! be HO no longer. The happy} time and to the point, that he might commit to giving "By my sowl," returned the Irshman,
PE3TUMERY HAIR DYES- &0., &c. very rude in structure, but so embowered 1 ind passed.' nemory for the memorable occa: }I"llcrlln.Jlln.21.1860. 49tfWHI. with fuliage and! surrounded with I'prl'ul. As' the group stood hand in hand: in the understanding his *mhos! it was duly the it's n very bad State thl and I'l get into ,.

b SMJSSE3S ing trees and FO in harmony with tho l.md- ;low of sunset, the mother of Tamar cnmeu ,ircpared) aslollown : The S"illl Light him .Vnnsylvania as SOOI I cat Gee up
I.MANtF.itREn. Beiipe, that each cluster wn' n new plctnron her matronly dignity to gree-t then ;. Infantry Lit tli* eneui lea of our coun his joney." ,
-: :\ OF- } delight. Herds of cattle M-ere lowing "'''hnl is title, my children !" she asked frhook on such troops and tremble I' he -. ,.

Tin and S Sheet-Iron 'Wares in the meadow! horses neighed 1 in their in aim'in, n" i-lie glanced: their sorrowful 'Capital !I' saul the captain, "that'll: do flirts ;5"t) Ion'To SPEAK IS PCBLIO.-Somebody .
Copper, i rich pasturage, nnd flocks of sheep\ and aces mid her daughters falliug tears.s1othier fine''''.' ) jives advice to new beginners : When
WHOI.KSA1.U ANt) ItirTAII OKA1.KR IXAND goats gave animation: and beauty to the 'Dfiir \[ I"! cried tho bcautilul! : IV At length the time arrived, nnd thousands hi. you mount the stand, be puzzled \yhcro to .
M-ene. These were attended by shepherds far, "how can I choose between thoso I : were in attendance.: Tho festive At put your hat. Look round as thoUghJ'olt '
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. IMPOHTTEH:J I :and bhcphcrdosses, dressed in simple but ove ? hoard: was crowned and crowded. Captain: etbro were quite cool and collected,
. French German, English American Goods. I graceful: robes, lull.) crowned with flowers. The mother Biuiled ; but the smile was T)- w as in his glory. When\ called' onto class : Iy I put your hat upon the floor. Turn to ,
House Funmbing Articles of With the, blow ing nnd tho bleating of the wall not free from sadness.! give the complment of. welcome, lie and : he auc.litnct pass your fingers through

Every,-Description.- herds, the softened roar of the distant cascades ".My: daughter," she replied', "there roso majestically and a hush was on the age ; your hair; mid say-"Fellow citizens !1" ex- .
the tmtrmcr of summer breezes, the mist be one whom we love above all others. multitude lie broke the silence by roaring ; ) tend your right hand, put your \on
STOVE HEAD-QUARTERS. limn of bees. were ming'cd: the melodies ." in a stentorian voice, Fellow soldiers stand : your vest, on whichever side in your pri.
A LOR full and.itnply UOOM.lwav STOVE_mi Imnd* CuoUiiR of CUOICINT M. v(..,. rAR-triiu-; of rudo "-he'herd's] pipes and thorites of ",rot1Il'I', mother !said the daughter: as and fellow citizens, I give you, our dintingiiihhcd about vate opinion your heart: lies, swell out your
mel with ncatnws And wirrXnUil to trite ]I'l'rf"1 lip.ppy children n< piny. The od! p: 0; le the ir he buried her f.u: e in her bosom, both gues's, the flafem Light Infiin hue to chest a though all the goddesses of liberty
utUfactlon. They can l>e ihl]>pcj with eAr I}' ton venerable heads cohered' with silver locks, mare: been so kind, so loving to mo nil my tryLet 'Our COllntr)"' look on sitehtroops the in the wtirM: iiiv' left their respective ooun-
j Iart of the conntrv. lint in the shade of spi) !ending I trees! talkingnether :ife, how can I hurt one or the other? and tremble I ITnere Here f: trie.and..\ hail' taken board nol lodging in

GARDEN AND FIRE ENGINES. :; of tho days: of their youth, or relating -! Again tho sad smile. was no need] of cannon: to respondto broke your expansive bosom, and wore now struggling .
n..larSuction.. anil Force Piimpf with Kul-lior! the traditions; of their ancestors, and "Come with mo my daughter ; yon, my that sentiment. The roar of the multitude to find their way out. Repress their
Hart' .&atUehrd for. wpplylnQ rittiitation: En lnci the events of their own parly days! to the hildrcn, go. In seven days Tamar bhall! am,. in which our 'distinguished guests'' Tlo enerous; ef\rtl tor a moment, and then
with .at"r.fnim wel1.cittcris! ,to. EtiginuSinoket3tAclts. them full of \011." well cracked tho off with brief eu-
l. to ordor.gTShop youths who gathered around ncr most heartily joined, high a ; burst leading a
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Work of eves. Jowription, lone l>y nffoction nnd reverence.In They kissed the mother's hand: held out welkin.' 1li. ogy on the American eagle. The effect
the cry beat workmen. All orJers promjitly .tttnilnl this happy valley of tho almost lorijotlen hem. They looked' tenderly at tho weep"g -..... 1"in will be tremendous. .

to.Tallaha'lc. past, the MiseKt governed by his girl, anil,' walked away hand: in hand.- AVECDOTK OP GiruRn.-Stephen Girard<1, e- 'I", -S a* .a
February 1860. Sl-ly L-ouncils. nnd the most bcautilul wn queen. 'There was no rancor of jealously: in their the Frenchman who founded the institution litilj : A COSCIENTIOUS IIiTMAKgR.-Farxr.er
'- ... Where nil were lovely ns! perfect health, iole! hearts.! It is true that each one felt in Philadelphia which bears his name, : ; Johnson; who had got his hay all in, saw
Pro essionalOards freedom from care: and innocence could hat the happiness' of his life was at stake had a favorite clerk\ and he always said ho with hat I large quantity of his neighbor Jones' I
make them, Tnmar was the most beautiful 1'0 flight; for the pOhsesi-ion of the object of intended! ] to do well by lien Lippincott." '\" \vas down, one Sunday afternoon, when it
consideaedihe heir love however as a mode of !settling coked like rain and hu hurried over, withal
is her grandfather Oitin was' : So when lien got to twenty-one, he eJ[. agine : [ ,
T. J. CURLER, most snl'. Tho mother of Tamar, heir rival pretension was 11'1to the dark- hear Mr Girard say: something ed a his men, to lend a hand in getting it iu-

[Q) E 0s] fa Q QMOST1CELI.O f 1 who, in her \oiuh, had held the place now CutS and ferocity of succeding ages, when uf pt..tel\| his future prospects) ; and I'r"al'lewl :i nd tho barn. Jones and his boys were gone,
for earth shouhl' bo stained with crime and] Mrs Jones said that 'her husband
FLORIDA, filled by her" daughter: was t-steemcd he helping! ) hand: in starting him ill the world. nnl
her virtureand wisdom, ns much ns fche ilood.Arnetto. Jut[ the old fox carefully avoided, the sub ": bought uo good ever came of working onMindaj
I I STILL f of PRACTICE Kn-t an.J) MiJ.ll%In nil ronlons honda.tUff< Imd: even been admired for her Jot eliness. nnd Jaleiih\ were together} nsvcr ject. Hen mustered, courage... I !! | : nnd HO he and the. boys had gone -
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Jane JOth 1860. SOlyA. The beautiful Tamar w as beloved by nil- ; in their light labors and heir manlyinstimcs. "I suppose) I nlll now free, sir," said ho, I out a tithing.
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wondered Two days had: paet.il. and theyverc 'I
anti bhe along
old 'onng.s "and I thotight'I would< say: something to I ,
Peeler !*f. J>., the banks\: of the river in the dewy morning swimming in the river.Vhetber ex- as to future course. What do you How TO DO IT.-One of the writers'
tr harm t removed Jl'ititicello florida' will the linnnment, with its embroidery' of inured by exei cisc weakened' by emotion think you I had my better do ?" At chool-inites was always behind with his
nntinue the Vritctii-o ">f eJldll"" III all Acute and could not swim with! his usual leut.orii one occasion hid teacher, in
the :
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her Jaleph
bil\er clouds, !seemed! but canopy ; I know said the ,
are
"Yes ,
Clironie IHte*'<;, lIe may !b fund at nil hours yes, you 1 hd had to
in which managed
, trcesati&I shrubs nodded 1 their homage : the trcngth.t Soon his goldr.n !lucks;: were been academy
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vhea not pn>fi..*lt>uullv. ab.ent at liU rvsijoncn. on : millionaire: ":!1I.1111Y advice is that you roars t al
thu SoutK-w. $ e>ira. r >.f tli. I'uliHa $qlare. \\'".t flowers sent up their ir.ct'ii of )perlumc ; to sink beneath tho waves. His Mucwy learn the 000\1"11] ti ado." tel' btain an entrance, was' endeavoring to ex-
of CoL Blackburn' JIutrlreIJrll.ryI8t1a. the birds waibled their melodies for her arms giew powerless. A cry from the This application: of ice nearly froze lien lain a question in arithmetic to u.-
18M. tlyA. delight ; the very flocks stopped grazingto shore alarmed Arnetto. lIe looked for his: out, but recovering his equilibrium, he ty. lie was a'ked : "Suppose you had ono .
ascertain
look at her the horses utighed at heras ( onsin, JT-1 the next moment plunged boenlh in he would A mndrcd dollars-how you
C. .iIcCait fl. D. ; said if ;Mr\ Girard was: earnest, ?" his .
had re
In few moments ho bow much
she itpproHched\ : ; sweet-eyed gazelles the buitaec. a : da so. to, you remaining
It 0 :\[ 0 PAT If PflY8ICI.& S, drew her without fear. In this harmony of bore him to the hhore hero hu boon rccov- "I nm in earnest," replied Girard ; and as ply set teacher and scholars in a roar, for hu
Jf .J701'fcfll. his peculiar drawling 'tone,
iticellot in own
Xaturo fcho alked-its queen-robed red. Den forthwith sought the best cooper| inSpiing
__July 16. IS:)!!. ap9.IyB. lustrous white, and crowned with choicest Again theyweretogcllierhnntingthe loopnrd Garden, became an apprentice, and two exclaimed; "WhyI'dcouiut it."
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fell \
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in the mountain Jaleph bun
W. T YLOn, )I. D. T. :M. PALMER, M. V. flowers.! in due time could make" as good a barrel as POPULATIOM KANSAS.-It appears t
Or. Taylor &; Palmer, Among the youths who admired fairTa- wild beast sprang; the upon fierce him.animal's The lance heart of the best lie announced to old\ Stephen\ : I big from the new census 01 that the aggregate ,
MoHiicello, Florida, mar, two of the worthiest :aspired\ to the Arnette pierced that ho had graduated, and was ready to : ( number of tlirty-oue coun. ;
rival horn death. inhabiants
his
of the and saved
favor of her love. Arnttte was one The old seemedgratified
set business. man Nine
Traettca in Co-r.rtnershlp. :J up ties in toryls 63,445.
TContinae to j Tho seventh lay approached. Neither above Kansas'
ly bravest :as well as! the noblest of the youthsof and immediately ordered three failed to be
March 15th. I5J. counties have ret.ured.
had but sayet
thin No foot was swifterin had: spoken to Tamar. They seen Ben pond '
hI'PY'Alley. of the best barrels lie could turn out. it is said, cannot be less
Dr. Hubert Scott, in the flood her at a dita ee. Ka<:'h had: refrained from after Their population,
the No
race arm stronger did his Prettiest, :nnd heeled them up to that. it that at least
Mo>rncELi.o, FLORIDA, I Ho couldclimu like tliemouuiaiii goat ; liisar- every offering; or sign of l love. Their I loyal the old 1 man's counting room. Old Girard ; than 10,00,80 apparl within tho
tyOiT! liU Trafewloiul Strvicei to the cit'ueoi row f.it, i ceil the heart of the spotted leopard heart: would! not permit them to take advantage pronounced them first rate, and demanded blew foundries 0,000 people of Kansas.are

of MontieeUo lad viciulty. or fierce wolf that came to \ny on tbo of each other. the price. -s.p._
MareIiL14a t.mVAI flocks of the v&lley I On the eve of the seventh day they met i "One dollar," said Ben, "is as low as I lied MODERN-HEUGIOJI.-A speaker, enlar.

\ .. Dllworlb, His cousin Jaleph was scarcely inferiorto in the assembly that gathered to preparethe can live by," "horo ing on tho rascality of Satan, said ; "Tho 1,
him in manly sports. They had grown morro "s festival. "Cheap'enoughmake out bill. liar tor when I about .
A. TTOarKT:! AI'D COUXSELLOB AT LAW, your evil[ U an old j was
np together, uuljoved eacl- like/ brothers Tamar had decided. Her. heart, questioned ) The bill was made out, and old Steve jetting religion, be toll we that it* I did i iget. j
JTonticello,. Florvla, Aniette was dark-Jalepb fair. Arnttte's in solitude, declared )* the golden settled it with n t-het-kof20,000, which hoaccompanied ; religion I could not lie and cheat i.
1 WILL praetl 1n the Court of the Middle Cir black clustering lock were like raven's haired musician. But her love and piety with this little moral to thof'ft'ct't such thing but I have found him
r of ri fl.1a.an4 in the pbtrlct Court ol' of his noble or> any ;
her appreciation
. Sutn. wing, ; shone like the golden inushine on for Amette, that Benjamin now had a trade, out to be a great liar."
U0it4 him for
the Arnttto's dark flashed out qualities! and her thankfulness to ou'in ho did .
f MareS 16.1869 -ly the sea. ; eyes which he could fall back caso times p.
his brows twice saving the !life of her ChOlI<'I.'onc, who wanted hU |
under Jaleph's
their fires deep ; not succeed in biu&iuess. Confab bet ween a man
G. Fife reflected the hues of the cerulean heavens. made her look at him with such a glow of ....... hung front paper stopped and our "devil :" jl
''c. COCJiSELLOE AT LAW, Both were brave and btrong and heroic. admiration and gratitude( that Jaleph'sheart "Which dear lady do think the Man-"See here,boy, yon may tell your
you
and. dignity sank within bin;. He went forth and my \ d-4 to me
MonliceQ.0) Florida If Arnette had more strength ; merriest place iu the world ?" boss to stop sending h prer
I j"
?
.
One
ly Jaleph had more skill and grace. was wept. above the atGrand Quit" .f
atmospherethat
"That immediately
pru.1.1i.w of
I erialin It seemed to him that the question he it
, vtatelier in his walk ; the other more plain surrounds the earth I should think." Devil-"Where must send rMan"Send
Smith A:; Vanu, Lit dance.Jioth of his life was decided. He would notwait it to h-111"!
"And 1" .
I ,.AT.TOR2EYS. : ,AT LAW loved Tamar. In a thousand ways i for the morrow. Revealing his plantoafasithful "Uccanso why I so am told that: there all bodies smie Dcvi-"J\J rgbtyou'l be' tirtwn to i
j friend he went forth in the.
. herwith ,
each told his love. Arnette presented
*, -. MADIBOS C. H., lose their grauty." fore get
: TLOKIDA.ly and bad adieu to the val rtfct.
happy
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, The Condition of the South. : Hopkins 352-majority 48 ; Hilton 427, the arth-ficnd, Seward, should he The candidate for tho Presidency
[ Democratic
. The New Oilcans C/tristian .Irlcorate, !JtC "tonilg Y ; pw4 Three e Hundied Guns for Jefferson Allen 05. For tho Senate, in opposition, to Democracy. which Ponder i Is one of the most powerful and finished .
In tho in Texus < :32-1.01.iy the foregoing record, to
commenting on "conspiracy : .. Urokw ( ) been elected over Shine well orators in the South. 1IU splendid
," V> which we wish to draw lie attention 1"01'1110 House the \referred by : Bell himself, and.
arc )
(opp.) by 60 majority; we 1 Htivry Clay, delivered in tho
of ninny: people within reach of our ,would bo el.jin.T eulogy upon
dCeitewhetheryou
entire Democratic' ticket has been success then House of immediately after
publication : I Representatives
Southern slavery!: as a rule, {Is tlio mildest ful. Well done, 1011 I jour duty to the South and her institutions,. )his) duccase, has been pronounced by

and most benevolent system of Inline), in I "'AKtU-I is reported that the entire to aid in his elevation t.) the Presidency.He soine ot the) leading journals ot the country

tho world, and the slaves: without abolition m mI clel0cl i has been successful says he ha no scruples as to the, CII. and beautiful tribute
chaste
the most eloquent _
temptation, are the: most happy; ; ) ami contented (i.tusvmx-loaner says that Hopkins and titiilion.il authority of Congress! to abolish

laborers. Bui granting It.t thoehar- A\I have' small majority. The contest in the District i of Columbia, ot the many which were 10ntel'cd.
peter attributed! to it by the Abolitionists!, { I Senate is lose : oncicpoitajs that slavery nucor of t the worth and services that great man.We .
it in then in illi' nbolilionism I dcm. is and another course, if nnfoi Innately in the, course
even comparison: w McKIvy ( ) dl'l'lc., say give one two closing patagiiiphs :
most saintly and holy. Those that.Davidson, (opp.!' ) been successfulLy events! lie should be elected President, anti (1 of around

not an evil to character and home, to society tin ce rotes.Mi a Black llepublican should passa "Mr. Spen1ertlltsigls; ; ,woe
CI11I.t'99 and the voice announce that another
or country, attributed to slaverby; .... us general '
being
I r. it. I'ILUES, Editor.Monticello: '. on bill abolishing slavery l.1 great man has fallen. Our consolation \
nn ignorant or lying press\ that abolition B41 !ln''rJ'
"
i ism do's not pieducca hnntirecl fol.1. It --- --- The Union Candidate 'for {lppC'lrllo the veto )power, ho would be is that ho was not taken in UI! \igor
.. The Bumicr Count}" Itctalus herLtrttrely COItitutlnl his Audit ] of manhood into the : at
is tho life of modern politics, the falsehood : compelled to give it Mgnilm e. \1Sllk' grave
his
the Con
of modern philosophy, the apostacy of --......-- I 1l'csiJcnl, refers people)' to ):11 ; Congress has the Constitutional powerto tIle close of a long and illustrious career.-
1 for )his views tho who ]have! filled the
if modern hit IHzation.If SATURDAY MORNING. OCT'R 6, I860. DE1I.IOOEl..A.OYTnIU: : gressional t'CCOl't, upon abolish slavery in the District of Columbia The great Itatcslcl1'
before the As in the bee by one
political questions country. largest space public eye,
l \ e : ANT 1 II I his have no platform, of we it has the Sn and, equal power to ai o passing aw ay. :'Of the three great. leaders .
J. M: ever men deserved!! the doom which, NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET. -- party COIl'se abolish it in the State of Florida of the Senate,: one alone rcmaSnt'tmil

Benedict Arnold escaped, W. H. Seward, 'run OPPOSITION COMPLIIILY: nounm I must do o he directs, and go to the I'CCOl'cl .. .. he must follow sooif. Wo shall' witness no

Horace Greete Charles Sumner, Wend That record stamps him traitor to own The Douglas Electonal Ticket more their intellectual struggles ant du;

Phillips, and their abettors, political and FOR PRESIDENT, Never bcloie. has lIch a glom ions \icto- native South. The Ncwnansville\ J)!*)>actit says that it American foi'um :-but the monumentsof

clerical and, are the men. Northern And yet, Southernmen John C. Brcckcnr: ;e, ly pI'nlll'lul'on I the Democratic bantu' Upon the question of slavery in the Dis- has the best authority for s'in.thnt. the) their great genius will bi cherished as time!
patriotic men too, :
and'their
Old Jefferson always true as\ steel! to the triet of Columbia, we find him whilst in 'ial ticket for is common property of peoplei
who arc determined to resist the demon of OP KENTVCKV. 1''pOI.tcc Elcctoi Flol'i,1, continue; to confer dignity
Abolitionism in every form, and to make; tiled and true )principles of Democracy, Congress, using the following language all a hoax! "It is a mere trick to w'akel names wi their country.Not 'aut

compromise with tho insidious monster, -- sends greeting:: to her sister counties. She I With 1''gnlllo t tIle cOIMllticIC'p0r. time strength of the Democracy. A paity 1 : 1'10\1 less upon greatest of

and who simply contend for the Constitution FOR vrc1<-rm SmEXT, has added fi'csh laurels to her fame, and by tf of Congress] 0\1 this } that i is not strong:: enough to support)' a these will il&tl'iol'thalthe Clay"
of their country, and the Union based that the doubt I have of the existence -
tremendous blow silenced and laid, say only with pride by
Gen. Joseph I..nllc one there is not n name: pronounced
.
it denounced sometimes ( DOI.lns paper everY
arc the
upon by of the power citlll'I' to suppress news/npN I American in quarter of the
and determined every
'
Southern men as fire enters extremists prosti ate foreverjier persevering): in the ,) is certainly not able to getup ,
!
or OR no:: ox.PRESIDENTIAL Int:1.IC: or to abolish! slavery' flnt name to be, icmemcied while history shall
ultras and disunionistsl! Shama on tho ignoble --...... foe. Never again:: : will the disinter-! t Ill, ( insphcd' by the respect I have II a ticket. Fartuermoro two of the gentlcmcn l'ecorlthe struggles ofmo.lcl Gl'el'cG.fvrfrl''dol

s souls who thus attempt/' to weaken ELECTORS: ed carcass of Know Nothingism, clothed\ for III (opinions of NO'"many( (imminent men, reported, ns\ being on their tiket-: or the spirit of liberty bll'l in the

tho public confidence' in reference to the in the garments: ot couuptinn, steeped, in both in and out ot Congress, vv h ho hold t tint we allude to Messrs. Jones and Cnlpepper South America bosom ; a living and immortal

monstrous iniquity of Abolitionism\ 1 This Middle..J.. P. ASIERRGN.of J/I''r'on.( piosciiption)' and fanaticism, laiseits 1 hideous (01:1Ins, no such ';)\'. ]Heading: the -have Wo do not believe that name., one, that would descend, pros-
indirect support of the Abolitionists has lteet..J. ]M. GOItnIE.of FiaiiUin. head and bid defiance the, noble 'for my clt I, I believe that Congress dc'clinc.1 'lei ity with the aid of letters boine by tradition
to
1 \' clone\ more to embolden them in their aggressions East..G.: "'. CALL...... ... of Xn MAIL army has all the l power o\el the subject in O\'CI n 1,11 tl I'e Douglas men can be found fiom gcuuiation to generation. ,Err
ii\ \ than any thing else. Even now that is battling for the Constitution this District which the States have within in the State. What few there are, are memorial of such man will possess u

\ ) Lincoln's nn at Chicago, John "'c 1t.worlh'sllnpel' C37" Head Col. J.1\l.l'AI.mn'lIlIcw\ : adveitiscmcnti'n --- and the equality of the States. their icspcctive/, jurisdictions. On the question bogus Dennocrnts-that i+, disappointed ry meaning! and value :to his countrymen-

boldly advocates the overthrow The battle on Monday was f fierce and\ of tho expediency(' ol oxenising thispower His tomb will be n hollowed spott Great
slavery: in the States' as time doc to days paper, lie has many when consider tile which politicans. .. I and his
desperate. The enemy, consolidating: their \t cf.et --. memories will cluster (', conntivmcn -
trines of the and sl'ames articles that will delight to theinnernneuespeially tICI'
Republican the ad-
the Republican leadeis, who party are, too timid ( ptovo to a hnogrytme-) weak force, fought manfully, but the I i- it may have upon the, nut interests'] the limitation up C r" Gen. Hopkins, em the, 20th iust., at I as they visit may 'n.1 exe'laimPiiili -

to avow it. It quotes Lincoln's language, that arc not oltrn bl'Ollgltto, this mal'k.t.Lrt ders being, weak, and their cause: bad, jnillirif 01 "IaItatC'power, wlth! may bo f.uilyjnlerred i Baldwin: East: Florida, llc.lgt.t, hilscl1 i grams P creed 1 14- ore |code>!Urim confined, 1.rinrefhrinc8 ;
i l<> no or ;
embodying the same sentiment.But man lead the various: items, andpci they have: been completely) routed, "hoiso, front tllll'laticlhiiol i and lircuiustauers elected! Go i v crn o I, to l'de any bill! i,i *. limo i'lilvstlne, .

so' far as we can: we, nothing. but defeat every foot and dragoon." Tho triumph i is, far: of i tlict more doubt.Ccitainly authorising the construe ton of a Railroad! : 'J lu> : .111,111l.' IUIJ! ."

and the election of an Abolitionist, I 'haps\ you will discover the'olHll'ful! greater than) we expected.) unioN: the the powerm.iybcveiy 1.ll'n'i :nod li'ol the 1 1. & G. Iload: to the (Seoijjii: -- .....&_ _
will ever teach Southern men, and COII ti-- fact, that Col. PAIMKII has, time very idcnti, yet the esi-n('iso of it very unjust ( opprcssive the The Logical: result of Black Republicanism.Wl.i'st .
'ful advocate of has received Main ; This was:
equality: :
(povvci Trluk
} III.1i.1101'
:
tntionnl men general! the lessons of patiiotism cal ait ides you have been, seeking for n und very mischev'ions too.
have the !! Mr. Seward in the Weist, H iu-
two hundred and ninety-five majority l n pleasure, :
and wi .lollt. United ; tl'I'1'Cte. C"I't
political long I irnt'. If wish to dine on
you he
BLack Republicanism/, could be easily de greencorn :JfhuToN, the impetuous and eloquent oia- Again says: General, of making that v eto.flWi silting upon entire, unconditional abolition
Lima beans
tented. The }people arc willing to unite, :, or :Jsausngc meat, go to I tor Mid, defender of light against wrong I Hut, however great my' respect/ may Ill' ---r...-- as the destiny to vvhiih the country wiI bo

but the clemagouges and odicc-scckcis, Col. P's, and you can be gratified ; if j'6111' i. and injustice, irciivcd two bundled. for the opinions of others on I the 1 question tlieFlmlJImi\ "nrlnl, n\trn. CM, :2.1Lire 1 1'0Itncte,1111l'black-republican thoSpooner

who curse the country, will not let them. health l lequiics a "Moining: Call'1 or you Ins of power' there me some considerations, 1/) Iliiiiclrcel tiijs for I.con I biani.1i of the amiable family In
And thus we arc divided into three parties, fed( inclined to smoke; a good 1 segar, cal' at and titty two Majority, 01.1 the ('llil'onol. siicii Iligh account, as, in my judgment to

when we ought to be one; just as the! the same place and can be accommo lace ticket for the Legislature has been make it iiosirabli', unless by. 1'01101 con DEMOCRACY Tl 1 1 UMPII] AN.T. the East is contending that, from the outset

Tows! were divided into irreconcilable: factions dated.cam3lcssrs 1. you IlII"'(,! full! Gloiy enough lor one day: 1- N';nt the projeet: of abolition "hnllo, holly the, i'iitcnco c confining! the Ila\elY

when Jerusalem\ and thetcmplu)' were ....... It is the vindication of both over en'or- giscn'p and,I abandoned, t iI' l'I'III:1lt: oftlaveiyexisiinriu MII.IO:; .:ntiILTONsv1m: INo mi: ST.\Uq| isle to tho Territories must bo abandoned.In .

tottering to their fall. Our country has tIle endorsement of principles in preference tIll Di i tlj.t SHOULD -- IT a1Ihl'tl'Xpo.iiol, of Lincoln's d.x-
fallen evil times and but the IlLKitixo: Fr.xxrtt.niul BU ABOLIMIKD ; at the pi es.!
upon nothing XI } TheDftnociacy of Leon I'rll gteetingli'theii trine that cannot: clu1ul'e' haf!
to "lhi"l'li'l
providence ot God can save us, for vain i is Smiiui;: as will be seen by. reference to vague j'n'I'alu(! sent' moment ho \ (\ t hI l'xI.ia',1tt, II" ol hrelinrnI1mrough( the : : .
The i the oml.bl01 of f Jtfl(!', ;: :1:1'1 sloe, half lice, the MasRaehusittslogieLni3declaic l
tho help of gnu While Christian men their new advcitiscmctitaio, \' theirFall fvlo" ( iii public sentiment' in the South, glowing;out "IVclmv'itud t threnmaiyaud they nre :
should use all the political means iu their cison county :' of I'eriitoridgnesttoNmay: to tin-, that the real question is :
f1'11 the
stock of goods, which the ;people)' gciv 11'1!' After most 1'lnon e-uiitest
power, the present should be a time ot orally arc invited to inspect. Thfso r. bid such n course. 1.01 1)'sc'l, if tho fentimei.t within, our iecolli.'itic.ii, the uloiious DC- "Not whether slaves' shall be' canicelfrom
general humiliation and l'I'I'er.: gentlemen 0 of[ the adjiccnt: .1.1 of the, mart. net of oft 1.(1) have nehieved a comph the Slates into the Tciritorics, butshcther
.. ... have been doing business: in Monti. i Smith pcnoiallv, were less! IWOULD
i"IJI".I. to v id oiy over the forces ol the Oj'positiou. \ any\line, within, the limits ot'.ho\
How' the Fugitive! ; Law li Enforced cello but a shot lime, but by. fair dealing; ,, q 101: ASI: UI\ : PIMIKKU '11O't; Er : ; Union, one man shall be, the I property v of

In Ohio. honorable, deportment and liberal adveitising : : I F 5 I KKF.IMNO: 1 AN Q\ESTlX. We l.ave:: carried time< county for Mu.iov anolhei? Whether a linn: who is "confessedly .

Wo have already published a brief account they have succeeded in obtaining), avery i .--; ;i ;c Maik 1; carefully the foregoing language.Mr. I by, from10 to 5 tjo1il1! I to bo lie!,?:n us piopeltyshall\ be s.j.

of the rescue ot a fugitive slave from good. run of custom. Their. Tall sup ,1 F e., .:1 r.: :- .t nclls! no doubts as to the, power of We have: given IIn,:ro.v about one JMIIWo hl.hlm uuo ],lace rather, than: in another?

the custody\ of the Deputy U.S. Marshal, plies wo have no doubt will prove sfltisf.tr sii r'. ". r fF' Congii'J-s to abolish slavery in time tbordjnrilll7 in a State rather t thin: in Territory: ?" is afiivolof.snud
; 1itlil h.ivo elected fJuoK.vvv to the Sin- whiilitliM
by mob ill 1\Iol'row county, Ohio. In thc impcmtinentqu'stionin
tory to I their customers.The 1 c t of ('eluuil'ia-lac, thinks it would be a ConMitutSini.il '
Cincinnati find : f over thestiongost man the Oppositionhave man himself have no interest, mud
Enquirer we a fuller account _. _. ;I' ,. sic : I'nl
t measuie. Bulhcgoes, luithcr, in their mauls about which i is of e'onsid-.'
of tho affair: from which we make : g [ : : g by .fifty majority : unworthy : moment's
the following extracts: Democratic Pnrljr.If .. .. : ;II' .. .. ,, f :and declaim tint, the, South ought nut to )' I I Nation n this time: if not at ni times. I.
On the Marshal\ there .\nlll'n\'e elected time entire Democratic he is bo a slave: at all, locality
Thursday ; proceeded ever vv as political organi/i- : .j M iiMstmcl r.hJdl: hniukd leaSlr Hero : tt il ,
the locality, accompanied by two deputiesand tion with which a patriot might feel justly Mnnitci t'ank ;- 6.1Efll ri||!-i4-I| (Si Iiim, : tb'ketJ'urtlme Ilul e bv an nvciage umajoritv I w hiih ho is to bo held, i is, Inttt'I' of no impoitance .
some eight or ten men, aud the negroes I 212 CI ,; 70liuiLer of at least ee'cntyim'cf to him, all of little or no nnpor--
proud to be connected 1, that: organization is ; ]Hill, 251 2 .
21 1 1in 20 4 25 2a
having separated, the posse: divided into I : AnolllnVnlk.r'n, 1'I', 17 a,,: 2 I a I "II, sir, we prnposeJ! now to eradiate: si ivery 'O/\: cvoL'oii FOI OM: Dvvl!-It i is tanco to the nation at large, or any of itse4o
tho great national Democratic lal'l, '.-1 i \I II lr film the District j at time limoprotid'properrceurities ,
three parties, the Marshal giving full instructions \ 1 4 10 2i, / C 13 ItIVimi. Ill same the gicatcst victory ever at-r.icved! by the 1' '( ; .
to his deputies, who were men 01 Nether itshistoiy or its present' positionbe ..k'n. 201 23 lf/>|' 21 II 11 2: III fur t the !lemoval Democracy of It'on.llnnAI +4-- .
nerve, and their assistants! how to 1'1'0'' considered, it alone will bo found to possess llrvnntXIlc'iizti lit 1 31 17 .'' lfi 12 I I or efl'celive eonliol ( time, t'rTCnlnrc'd |pop. The Itixlit; Spirit.
'vX n, IS c is 1/ 15 4tienll'y'a ulrtion. I AM NOT l I'KKPAUKDTOSAYTHAT'I l I 1
ceed. the principles requisite to maintain, in lr1 4 7 1 II n ( 1 : FOR r\mSOXI! The Norfolk, Va., herald has tho follow

evening Between the seven Marshal\ and himself eight scmictllho o'clock/ in the negro all its purity tIle free constitutional go't'I'II'ment J>. tSm mlkes'e Il 1'' I S (I IITbtn1 25 !21! m 4 1 1 15 SOUTH: 1 OCUl'. TO HESISTTIIEMEAM'KE. A private letter, dated Madison. (.. IL, 0 incf paragraph: conccmiu': speech which

for whom he had !'l'ta l'elthe:11'1':11I1: : bequeathed by our father's. The ;r'jll5i4Wj23m!I; I !II :I ;I ]I ;I Again in the same spcce-h he says : l-2o'eloe-k precincts last:night us follows givcsll.oreliiinsfromtinee : : :Milton :350, 11r. Prjor ) 1dc in that: city :
and after\ walk of fourteen miles 1 history ot the American people)' is time history
a placed: 1 Hopkins, ISO-majority far, I 172. Hilton Hon. Roger A. Pryor, i in his Ashland:
!O.
WOULD) BK ( :
him board succeeded of the Democratic the achieve- There ii not the least doubt of time 'ONTENT7'OSEEFL.11'1IlvIN'1'hIE1)IS'1'IIC'r ,
on afreighttrain: party ; rc- : ; ABOL1MIEDTODAY. 358, Allen 1St-majority 177. Hall speech, while commenting on tho re.
in reaching[ this citv. An examination meats of the nation are\ time achievements suit in the State MIITO.V\ and llinoare \ ] ) 'rhe'ut(' for limo House at the same pic- ply of )ft 1'. Douglas to the Iccesiol qucs-

1 was had before Commissioner Ncwlnll: of time Democratic paity ; and\ the day: by. at lea4 1500 or 2000 mar duct' stands: thus: (lull propounded to him in Norfolk, wound ,
mid his identity being established dc.t'tcc To abolish slavery in the District ot Co. with the
satisfactorily that if a
that witnesses\ its disolution, will witness joiity I IWill DEMOCRATS.. OPPOSITION up I'tnlllin1 Ilccrntwl
and the fact of his: being lumbii wculd nuke the tho evident of should
escape : capital:
'proven, he has rcmaudc-d to the custody ot also! the destruction t.1 f the Constitution tIe, first foiticss has 1'1'1' cat lied gieaticceptnclc Mays . 323 Church, . 202 have the louse force Slntr to t
of fugitives from Virginia and temcl'i\ prevent
his former master, and taken across the and the Union of theso States. It alone of handsomely nth colors living and the i Caine..3211 I Vann: . 187 the ft'csioll ofii Southern State or States
llarylandtimid: with Collins. . 270 ('anr, . ]60Tho
rh'eSo; far so good. all of nil institutions: drum the of tho Constitution Ih'p"LJl'al 11'l'si. from the from
parties--naj, our : beating' to tune : no ('Ifol' any I
dent \\ lint safer ictical ? Southcin letter says : "Two more precincts 1
But the d'PUlics1'1'0 not as successful truly national. One after another links and the equality of the f-tates ; and to hear vvhiih will not the other q'liilcr' ': should bo put forth to resis'tthe 1
ns their chief. Neither succeeded in securing before they vote for John Bi-ll. f'llm. vary result e-M-iiUo of he the Hun
,
rt'n
which have bound time Noithand, 1 South together now wo call upon the ever vigilant: Demo pon.t'r Illh. of onre.mnty : 1.lcrall'O\\'r !
their man, and one of them was most How ranch. hcdifi'crsliom the cll.J's. Jioi/cr A., solitary alolt would be the
inhumanly treated. Soon after showing bate been severed.' Time thousand ciacy to keep I tll.i. spirits: their zeal, n"I"LI.I'al Nays and Coffee, are 11'1 nl.1 Jirutt'S; (ul his heart t
) let the / judge fiom the limo third, plant a dauelin ;
lIisl'nl'rnllt ho, was!! set upon by a crowd ol l' tiny cords/ which linked limo two sections their patrioti: until Tuesday, the sixth 1'/1.11'1 filow" will run th1 up to time !uu. .
extract from Hlc 1 have fooll Col. Crozier" of Knoxville> Tcnn.
ing same : c fought useethe
negroes and white men, to the number of more closely together have been mapped ; I day e,f 0\,111, and th1 we will ate a1 11"11,1 tght.

sixty or seventy, a i ait of whom, were armed the thousand, little channels through Iidl the fortress, and, by the help ofGol With l'r"'Ito? t tIlt'}proposition; to gup- nE STATE! following language in : speech lately l
with guns and pistols.: The negro was 1t't'011 press the slave: 1ra.I.in: the District, as nl- lL'IXT1 delivered, on the dl'.tiol of Lincoln to tho
a common sentiment has: been diffused route the enemv'-and )jnoclaim' : to the : Tho l''tl'US Il h..l leave no
liberated and the person of the deputy)' ready Mated, I MADE rl MY Jc Pi esidt' : ,
secured by the assailants His clothes through the Union :are( tl101.edl1l} ; and an world of I firemen, that tht Lund of 1 low- M lN'1)'f11AT'I I IT 1\orml''O I ON DON doubt that Gen MILTON has been triumphantly i.cy

were neatly torn off, and, amid shouts' : and antagonism of sentiment, of principle, and e'rs" has given three thousand: majority f'l' IEnm.muxns.. In thc f.rtplae'O : I dl..I.a Governor and Mr. HILTON "It has been asked, What would Breckcnridgo .
do in of
chosen to Contiivss.But case time election of
oaths, he was beaten with clubs, to serve ; of interest, has gradually, but surely, risen lihciu..MiiiGK! : : : and LANK! Jl.I'I'cOI Mill kllOWI \' trade, an'' down i Lincoln ?\l'n llo did know
BRCCEIMHUGE: not what others
lihn the t'rowtll3hl "as ineidi-nt of the unrestrained of 11,0110for
they treat slavesat light -
up in their stead. With but few Hind a yoiity: of Jtundfctl for : property and LASK advise do in *
the South." The wan ant and all his exeeplions up four in is the fitiiMvo featureof by thoIS:1n.11i: might or propose' to such a
hla\cl
money taken from him, airtl the mob en- the various denominations of Christians time noble statesman, who has dod'iH'd the institution.\ It 10t is so regarded: in the ...... contingency for hImself he never 'Ioul

deavo'-cd! hang him, but i Tiled to do so. l have resolved\ their organizations into "The Constitution! and the equality of the South as well! as in the Xorll:' Got. 1VIc on lime I'jiion sr&nmit-never-never-never.

They then extended aims and placedhim \; Northern wings, and the samcistuicofmost States-thchO aie symbols of evcilastingUnion. is 'cion CO\'. Wise's letter in response to the in hour in vhkh LI'lcub, van inaugurated,
This a cone that the South he be
f..I"l tests proud to a reii/-ha would tnount
as a mark for the bullets ot those : to attend the late baibectio nt
aimed of our \public bodies.: While! ft narrow I..t thise bftl.e lalljing cries ot \'itatiol I the in
will indoise What feitjf'vfil such lie
never mores could a cause. would
ith The themto Ra'eigh: is lie save For
vv :
guns. deputy begged my
shoot\ him, rather than torture him as sectionalism Is fa.-t becoming a prevail the people! the moi-t loud mouth and fanatictl ahulltu'iit.st ov\iipait], I I.nl.lbhe.l cOII..a I will not consider Lincoln a perjured' traitor when
ing sentiment white the fierce conflict of ....._-- ho took the oath to the Constitu
they bnldoue. Those who were armed 1, ; ls de-ire. Hit lead a little fuitl.cr, secede. I will not acquieso I wi not support *
were draw up when the word was given jarring: elements strives to bring chaos E1oc11o: :o'-ra. :and be convinced that he is an abolitionist snlm' t. I wi fight in the Union longas lion It wait had been said that the South
for
-Make rt'nI-ta1e; nim"-bllt before back again, the Democratic pai'ty looms I can get respectable! or hopeful plurality woul some overt act of aggres-
DEMOCRACYWe; at heart his wife
notwithstanding
; I owns a lie would
the word "the" was given, some one ot'thc grandly up, its; nationality intact, and 1 'fUrIPIAXT or nuinority even, of firm, true mento hiol. pursue no tuch policy.
snob nuhccl in and begged them not to bundled negroes : 11:1111\' mo and with mo foi tIle Constitution TnannadrnCl.J withTslow and cautious

tire. Tho guns were dropped) and the deputy I wn\'esthe olivc-bianch over the troubled arc unable to furnish JJit11 turns ".('1',. I a member of the Legislituroot aid the ('0111' In \' negroes approaches: Ho woul10t wait ti bound

was liberated from his uncomfortable: : waters of j 1'0Iiti(' ... from any of the co\ntI'; besides J d1tl'sol mv State at this period, and under thepresent 1 have property-tights.) In the' Union I : hand and I foot. meet on ihothreshold.

positIon.Not. Which--- is 40.-Correct und Leon. excited state of publio felling, IW)10t have '\iticaI1glt, ;, and I will not be the I It'ownnt make The milder, Mr. Lincoln might
satisfied" with tho indignity and dare to or the slave: to give tho one to lilt gov eminent, the hotter should
The follow from other propose nu1
The Lake City Ii<1t')*enient liens, the ing rrJrtl coar.- d:1.1Iion be the war !ho would make it.*"
inflicted knifo the other and will upon
for I
pain already n was sent restraints, or any j\ueliomtill I preserve ; give up
tics however be relied
and the hair of the oflicer was clipped Enst Flol'ilb organ of thu C'on>tiluti
close to his scalp! >, and ho was then turned] Party, in its last :appeal/ the v otcrs <,!f ect. Sir, werel a member ot a town or city either shall be assailed or tl'stro'e.l In EXPEDITION 0:; TWENTY THOUSAND .Iy

j loose to make lug way out of the neighbor' Floiiila, previous \to the election on last: DI-TAL Corxrv.-Tlireoor 'four years 10IntI, I think I should not hesitate to :any event, we are on the : .11'"ull- FOK ME.vn'o.-1Ve learn from the

,. hood, which he did with all convenientbaste. Monday, used the follow ing language: : ago this county gave from 150 to SOO majority my voice for the suppression of these till: and tne question is simply, shall it bo I Orleans Picai/une that letters ot the high

: for the Opposition paity. is: the ,1I..1 or slate pens, as they are call )'t':1I'elllonl\: by our base subtiiis-itm,; to cst authority were received in that city,
Thu second deputy also I had a very seti- "Rely upon it, time, result of that: day homo of Gen and I Iot. precincts ot I the cot pot anon." insult and outrage? If you will fight the by the Cul 1l.. from Habnnn which
ons time io attempting to serve hi.* warrant is mOl 0 pot\ !tentimis than perhaps( )' at :In'I'e'ious )' Hopkins, i WI.i expected Uuion sill: bo sav'cd. leave no (

but we are not as fully imfoi'mcd o If| \ time. The State dcclion bears would giv'(him very rear! a unanimous: Garrison who wants an anti-slavery)' D. .....- rious is: pending between Spain and MexU so

the pai'liculars. A number of the friends on that for President, ia November next. tote, but unfoi tun-.te'ly] for him, he receivess ble! -Buillngmie who has declared for an nOICIOr. co. They a>sert positively, indeed, that '

of the negro assembled andwhcn, the oil-! This: is ce'taimilyan admission, tint whichever oi.Iy the small majority of 40 over Milton. auti.n'T' God-or Urec-ly who fivors We learn that Spencer Price of Cedar nn expedition of not less than 20,000 men

attempted to arrest him he was timed way the State decided on last Monday lIon has a majority over Allen of 40 any and ever).thing ami'slav'cry, cannut Keys was recently)' killed by : person of! M actually being fitted out in that ttfor

ujion.' The officer returned tho charge, the result' would be the same in the voles Canova (DougLt-itc1)! [ ) i is- to Ill do not 1"1 more c\trcme.Ne l.rthl'T sentiments. the'name ot X ol:1WnPrl'e: was pursuc- Vera Ci uz. And of this no secret ,
ll'et.l Even
: the latter with ilf' and struck th? the
mid shot of the fiiigei of a negro, ft 0111 tho used ing a was troops eomp\"inc expeditiontheir
ono hand, but was compelled/ to leave the Presidential contest But listen to what the Lcgislatine by50imj"iity.' The entire Lsl1 to language by 1)1 stick in the hands r>If Nodavvay: from Icgllcnt are men- *

ground without securing! Lis man. There our friends ot time IIUlld-the Constitutional opposition vote w as cast: [1'1 him. the :latter gentleman, picvious to the nomination fleets of which lie almost: immediately tioned. They are for cO\lnlet tart the

was also a rumor that two men had been Union forty organ for the Middle NASSAU CorMV.-Timeleulocraeyhave by the Black HC'I'Itlk'COl'el- tied.-JJust 1.7uritian. acclimated troops of the Island. Their pla-

shot, but w e traced it to no reliable author says, one day after the election : tl iUIIhcl, Ferlmandinagives for OO\'l'I'nor, tion of Lincoln : ..... yes will be filled by recruits at homo and
ity. The matter will not rest where it i is. Mr. Douglas at Albion N. Y reinforcements from the Peninsula, the vanguard
"They (the Dcmociacv) wi'l! claim this Milton, 179 ; lhpkius] 7. For Congress, ")lost eoitainly. we should prefer an fpokl on of which
were
.. the 10th, Mr. V. J Ohll daily
& toward Mr. 11.1 &OIl
original -Gov. or up'e.l
Hilton Allen Callahan's Ucpublican ll'r.he
ts an index to the Picspcnliul c Iectimmi.It .- 1J8 ; Z l'\u The Picayune thiukg
NEW BENEVOLENT INSTITUTION.-Our is false claim and will Chase for il"talc1.nt we shall heaitily slake| at Williamspoit! :, on the sameclay. : cf
a not be granted. dint, gives Milton! and Hilton 30; Hopkins Mr. Johnson the expedition is the extention of
maintains that a
and friend the editor of the hiipjioit' one like JOIN "tici
lucky nl.1 zealously) ;
Journal merry insists it that the Lotteriesof We simply publish the foregoing conflicting and Allen 14. lt'l Picciuct, Milton DELL, Ed vv aid Bates or John I Hot", right of secetiiOn must le mailtailed.- tectorate 0\01 or tho final acquisition 110

upon opinions, to let our leadeis see that and Hilton, 36 ; Hopkins and Allen, 4. pros we are well: assuie.-dil.at il- It U t)1 lust, the only hope of the South." the country which h especially foreshad.
Georgia, owned by Hodges,Iav'is ii Co., ide. 11i I thin 0\\'C1 the late recognition the
Baldwin r. Douglas maiutainsthmat bj Span-
there U: difference ot opinion upon the | Con MIU A COUNTY- Precinct -\ patronage, his: power, eho- "only hope ish Minister
at Macon, and controlled and sanctioned m Milton and Hilton and semi Pi evident, will bo uS'lluot to extend, of the South" miibt be crushed by force of the Miramon government
in between the of S3
gives ;
question dispute, organs 1C\I,1lls w ith vv hich
no other nation holds
by the Legislature are a benevolent institution slavery, but to confine it within the States ....... diplomat
in tbe highest sense of the word ; ben"tiling one and the name paity.: Of course they Allen, 10. that sic fit to hold it." SAVASSAII, Oct, 2.--.\ ) man named ic relations.
oung
the people at large by offering them must compare notes mid let the people 1\blISOS\ C'orsTV.-Mlltolt'e majority, Southern slaveholders lmTompson, from Fernandiua, Flor. Spain already has thirty-six vessels of
1.lentyof chances to get a fortune Ly Iayy know which U light) 107 ; Hiltou's majority ', 104. Slays and men, citizens of committed suicide in this city last night. war in the Gulf Dud others on the way.

... Florida, if the_ foregoing record i is not ida ... ___.. .ms
tag from t2 to *16. Our Journal ntigllborIa' Com, (DCI) fleeted to tho Legislature. ------ -m.. General 11'illiam '
In truth substantial for 1m B3T" A mall l! ncn u of Mr. Ira\in sufficient to you fl'oltLe and wa a native
a reason TAI.TOK Corxry.-Milton's majority 0 ; weal support God .pity an envious man or woman,- of Na!> Tenn., where his father
stillresides.
Faith baling just drawn (7,500 Morgon, was drowned iu a ]xmd, pear Hilton's majority 14.X fortunes of John Bell!!, then we must think There U not one single good principle in ln'ie.. is the third son of that

,_ Eve 2TanmTt. Lake City, ont day last w eel. LE l'l n"-- Oflitiol-- :Milton 400, you arc almost prepared to support even. the ingredients that constitute envy family who has perished.in Nicaragua


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Walker and Endler. ego rz.oward.
NEW ORLEANS llio Brit- f>UNA WAY on Sunday" morning, the \23rd. Inst., i1 liml'ltintcx SPRING AND SUMMER TRADE.TFOK7JE

hell steamer Gladiator" Sept, wo 28-By hal'e full particulars a XV negro from! man the by. plantation till MIne! of of P Mn,il. "\f',, belonging:S. I ill!,"north! 10, 1860.
of I the filibuster, General William the potato of Vflnny Ti""on. SaM negro I U shout M.w..w. .' -
Walker Having! been duly sentenced to thirty yours of (>se, lurk caiiplexton": nlniut, fire '

be liytlio shot,Ilondiir.in lie was/ led troops out, on) to the ho 12th executed inst., Ms foot.8l'ted.'nine ,or by ten stoppnce Inches, high or; stuttering, hm hn Impediment: n little ,i,hen in fAfGAINS-- CAN. :Bm--I: : GJ@ 17? O 3 iJ[j}{]: lj@ @c U [IDL \ @ OrJ!

spnkun tn He nmy je, trying to tnnkc hU wry tn
lie fell struck l hy ten shot Tho crowd JlI'kSODlIIe vicinity, n* ho lies a w ifs near there. CONSULT YOUIl OWN INTEREST AND BUY GOODS AT-= .
greeted his fall by loud and continued and hoe lived there hini'elf. .
cheering. Ilia corpse was decently buried<<1 I will pay thcahovc. reward lo nay per.on approhondin -
by the foreigners at Truxillo, the! natives and] deltvcrlni him to tn<' In !ollll'pllo TO G W STORS t
absolutely to take in the Florida, or confining hIm in some<< f'J"iI. *o that,
refusing nny part Igolhim, n.\ IEL 1. MNGO. I
ob equirs.Col.. l flncller, the associate of Jlontleello, Sept 29(, 1860. 83 I f"Wanted JOHJfSON.BIRD&GO .
Walker, hag been tried and sentenced to ,

four } cars'. dose confinement. Our Stock is Ijsirgc and llca ti ul !
..... to Hire AUE JUST: 1IECEIVIXO. AT TIIEIUMONTICELLO

TilE WAGES OF PARTY TKEASOS PAID.Gen. anti Ti.(miner; nl..<, .
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Coombs!!, the new ly-electcd clerk of AGOODCiirritnjtcPnlnter Carriages, nod .
m All IL 111 @
the court of appeal* of Kentucky, was sworn I HIIJgle' ; men of temperate linbitf.\ -milling! to do w" 1 W 4 1B 1m D"I"LORIDA.
jn"tiee lo their employer can obtain\. liberal wngcsnnd \ '
in on 12th inst. On the same day be. appointed constant emnlouiictit by supplying! to JEI 1BIBllJP](h}D lFJEjf\JI'J10lliIL H 'MmEImImDAUE
1{. 11.
Boiling, the Douglas bolt 1L s. Fl'LLEB
ing candidate, Ms deputy I This proves bow 1tontle! l1oS'pl. tll, 1860. 8S-tf
NOW HECEIVINQ THEIR
the election Coombs
of was compassed t ..
Look Out for the Trcdrgnr
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Special !N"otice. PERSONS must receiving invariably freight,' fend nt the the Montieello money" to FALL AND "WINTER TOe IC
pay the Freight Bills\ otherwise; they cannot pet
their Good This rule \\ill \00 strictly ndliered to,
IT is A COMMON: OBSERVATION timt there as 1 have not cot the time now to go after perdue
are inure sufferers from debility among! American', having ;iroods brought; to"this Depot. Do not pet One of t the e largest and most Complete Stocks s of i
thin cm he found! s Among any otlior eilixcj\ unltnn. : offended if I thnuld retain your !pnoil! as it I id ob U[Ft TL [F r t [P/A J@W DGn3) WcQ0)@iJ[
The reiaon Is obvious. "Wo take too little exercise, ligntory on me to retain I then"nutil!' pnid: for.
and forgot the wnnti of the body In Ibo absorbing! WILLIAM 11. A-i TIU ..\\ :'\. Acont. e
)>nr-iilu of hnoinoM. In nil sneli,. easel, ordiunrvmedkineecnndolittle MonticelloDt'1wtSept, 29! ISGO. 83-It Which we think, will compare with any Goods received Monticello for years past
L'ood.Ylint i 18 reqniredfe They have: been purchased in the best markets of the and such that 8TOa ANn FANCY DfcY-OQOCS
just j nidi a tonic And Im'Iterator us Pr. J. Hostellerliaseiven :Lost: ; No1o.; : ( country, on terms, : ,
to the world In Ms CELEBRATED we arc enabled to sell them very cheap indeed. The inspection) of the public is! solicited
BITTEUSk":: The weak end nervous denizen cif tlioouiitiiighnn .4 Ut 1'l'1'un.lre' furwnrned] ngaln--l'rnilinir, for ft for! we feel confident that our Goods cannot fail to prove! satisfactory( to tlio most
> 2oeitflln note, Mhlih hue In-en lout liy I the tinderriuncd EVEN: OFFERED TO THE PEOPLE: OF JEFFERSON
< e, the exhausted toiler upon the shop- fastidcoiis.:\
Girt Wlittnrr, A Kiiotninn; to
to wit "Y
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board, und tho prostrated student, of the midnight! ; .
it.v.I EdwnrdsnaAdmiuhtrntarof: ] the Estate: (If --
Hitter lamp, have," and found prefer. wonderful It to! more regenerator pretentious,hut In. lessefeeeton the John, I. Tnjlor, or ',rnr(',,, for one hundred antieighty -OUR STOCK OF- The prediction made by nit last: Fall, that' the business! of Monticello would bo verymaterially
dollar, l.enrinif. .] ..In"lInryn.IStt! ), nndnailu
increased owing to the of lluilroad l has been
medicine nut It should not be. forgotten completion our fully realize]
that the nciitnhlcliIcniinn, tent In its Infill- II mu'Wn'l pnyal.le ofwiH Ist l note.Unuiirv.unit therefore 184({1. Wlillni-r Iriiallnpidv: : Fontinnii for- j a sites' .Fniicy Dress Goods It will be remembered' \ thai: we brought out the heaviest stock of Fall and Winter Goods:
race, upon frame. which!, is mcnly I debllitntul\ I.l lually 'eroficredintltksectionof and
et notwithstanding
,, : country ; m \ensityofthatstock
fro notified 1'0\11 > *nnio to 1""cftlllt'l'lhnll 'I tot.e
_( powerful n.d i"ting nature' to expel the + complete' anti really: bcsntifnj: embracing every' description' and quality of mateiial.
Ili.-nm1ii>litnil.! !. li. W. EDWAKIH, A.lm'r.SiptS9 are happy' to hale it in our power' to state that: it has! nil been sold! and room thereby
niiwtterrible forms 9f UiBeiise. WI\II\\ would! not The attention ot the Ladies. : i is likewise l'IIII.tto! ouriry large: IUhlch'gnnt supply ofL:1lRfi011)1JRI1OOLL.IRS.1Xi
Kin It II trial t : 18CO. 33-atI been made, (lltt connection with an addition we ]have put to our store) for tho VERY

Eir&old by dniselsts] and] dealers generally. See >itrtv TIulo ) tsLJ.'EJ7S. 11EAVV STOCK::; ot- ,

I adrrrtieentemitinanother! column [litDIAItPi1L'D. r1'IiEUNnERS1NISIhn.talon: up an l>tnty of various Styles and Pattern. Our assortment of-
--- -- --- L nny.31areilule-n,.tliun: sire, with n lump
upon tile "f her hind, lcj!;". Any per..on hn,'liii lost CLOAKS: SHAWLS AND SCARPS }) dnu m\d\( Jwwncv @/OD 1, On the evening: of f the 3ul] inst., nt the: a mull', will\ romc fnrnnrd, ixninine t 1101, proveprnpcrty' a,
dnmn'scs anti Into) her tvnv.
"Mouticello Hotel '' u.l M. I IT. : rn) :: Is[ and. what think ill suit the ladies. Wo solicit examination I
by.T; <;c Strsin:\ :: J.UIII1JOltsOX.: : : large, we \\ exactly an : : I

Mr. A. LixDiit: of Georgia to Miss AXGI:' S. pL 2), 18i'rt. 33 tf -- \\'Iieh1'0, purchased by, one of the Finn, in person, mitt now being. received, by OTO- .

LISA ALI.MO.V, of Jcfl'cisoncom.tv; FloiiUi. T11EIB: LIXI) : OF cry arrival fl'OIl1cIV Yoik, and other ports.' As usual, our good Mill bo sold on Uianost I,

Notice.FOR STAPLE :XmY GOODS rensoiinblo terms, and we feel perfectly satisfied that they will meet: the:approba--
"'-.- --- week after dale, the' underpinned. ], Ailmlii- ion of our customers
OlUTl'AHV. l of the E:-t teof .',"11I..-. (.'onnell. Into Will embrace, every article usually\ \kept In this country, aiiilndnptcdto] thu. wants of nil classes of buyers, ......
ofT. IT.ruu'uutdynec'd.! wilt nmkv) nppliontion'\ eUII.I'IIII/! /( part ,..ffil'glltlme.
Died on the mori.ing of the 29th Sept.)' to the 11.,". .In.lu-o of feed lite < ,
( 1'rcnrli, F.lli.0111<1 Amtritan 7Viii. /iiif'n!r, fitrartitilamtjimifii, Sunning! JCeneyn, PantiiInnn GUI: I.AltOI1XD: WEI.L SbLECTClTO'Jt/ OF'Ladies' .
Isvt, of Concrestivo I !Fever' Julia Ann, nr I irder 1I".III.'I'r,' to tell t the follow m tug renl I eMiite: Stujf, }Hlankcl/ Ouafu/ 'rgs. JlnmrnHe; (,'''0<1.., I'tllofl'aniiiff' / Plain, Stripes, itt.
d uighttr of W. II. mitt Mary: A. Andrcwr.Ago l.i'hiiijrinir, '! to the I IMntcof: mill li.vMU/ : I II: j of Dross Goods
the X Wi of $, 'II"I1. the N W J i.1'l 'the', X W i ofSretini8thuK A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF LADIES'I MOURNING GOODS.A .
8 years: 7 months and 27 d.iys.Found.! = : {I..f-l: I E t ofSeeti. ,,nr>.tlit> 1': } oftlieN Will C"I.t"III1.Irike' tlieiidiuiralioii. of the fair sex They consist of c\'cry description, from the eheapest
i E.: "f-I'I""II"1I11 the N L): } of. tlifS: C I: i of Sea" Largo: :iixort,: merit up1' Dutinets; ((Timiinoil :aiul Ullt1'' lIlll'll] 1,) anti Ladies' Culleo to the I richest Silk, to wit :

l N e'1- httr'crtise'fiBlellltS.Ilioif tine 8, lIp X \V J of the, S W J .,Nation:; v.nnd' the nUll lIi-sey' Flata; :I largo: Rock of Hoop Skills: &('., & '. I Plain ]Dress Silks! ; Flounced Silk Pubes ; Organdie:: Robes ;
X"f the > K J oC Sepllon, nil In 1'0" u-
}o'illuLu\ lill Holies French
Lawncx
Organdies:
---- ; ; ;
-'if. -- ship\ 2, Rouge: S, Sand 1 I': eoiitiilninitin. all 400iU'ieV.
\ T. COXX EI.I", A.liuV.Sept. '' ,7\ [t) 11 trYJ] Q [[E0 Fine Jaconets ; Muslins" ; Derates ;
>ic)' 59\ ISfiO S3'41. JOj\JiJl2: [R J! ( [LQLf'lJJt) [} : : ) IScragc' .\II lui:! ; :Mourning; Goods ; Calicoesofeveryatyle&e.!

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A 1 1)111 of money wa-t found( in front n died: : Furni: : h1.ne: ; Car' Oads.Our With the most complete assortment ofV:9 nUTTE: AND !LOI1EKI! : : QD3: ) : ever

line 1 Cl.itliiin! Las ucvn ccU'vtod UIi euro, amivo cnn pinrrnlri1 thorn' to 10 well i tnndu,
lost the wild!i 1 biil, ell II iieovcr the wine"
ty proving I.r..p"rlylud pn\lnu' for thin, adteitiut.t. l .n ILADmr: \l'nD 1J1[: 1'J'1: '1.lrU'J0:: l rdlt.o"rJ.lt.OJ11tt\ >: JoII.V M. PALM 1 Kit.Oetober :. : IX- french I. U'o I'oliilt tend Shawls" of various kind.
BOOTS .loY I) Sllnr.qt' T/I/.' liiKTM.KK( ; IIITS.1XI.11OFT11I'1.ITLsrSTYL1s I :
6, 18'i!' 31-1 if :
J'wrlr11111')' ArllcIcK, C'ol'V'iic'' ll.ilr! Oil. TulUl\ Senile" ljrii"hc (" '11I1,., '1"'Io.k-I.. itc: tie.: i Also l.aeu: Goods, Crapes: Velvets ibbons l: inches, Flowers Pltimes, Bonnets, U o1"1' -
FRESH AND CHEAP GROCERIES FANCY AND STAPLE DRY! GOODS Kid and Cashtncro: Gauntlets I Kid 1 and :Silk; Gloves, Cotton, Merino:\ and :Silk:; Hosiery .
lla/'tlcarc'r(1rrqSirilrlltr1l' ('rurG.r'y,1i'in/iii( 1lftCIlo'ilv' Wvodicctre
) / ; and :a very i'\tciiM\u amid elegant supply 01-:

AT THE FAMILY. GROCERY STORE Tiinvaro'(, Glas'w'at'C'1'rlllllC, Uinhrc-lliw, &('.
[}lJ ; J) lJ LL\1Y g [GJ'JGJ} [ a1R1J@
111, Am: ALSO rnr.i'AKUD! : TO 1 1 itvisn mx 1:11.\: ITAXTATIOX; .riTMiis" : ON FAVOUAIII.I TMM.:'.
KECEXTLY XSTMILIHHEV B}'- Cutlery, roulicrrI &C. o-n.OOErt.IES.: : 0n/ Xew and Easy Stylo< dwignaleil: "TJIK BELLE OF 1 THE; :.SOUTH I" They I

JOHN M. PALMIER \\'" always I.OPII' on hii'id' ] Cider, 4a!lnr, Soap| C.imlli", IVm, IV pp| | Halt, l'IIIIi! Prt'wrvcn :latches. iiiuiot fail to please! our\ lady fricml.t. Wo have: also received] n new style of BUSTLE
-0- 'J'lIlI( \'U: :-1)1.\\--.1111,1: \: liiuny i otln'riiiticlo. ; i tint miliii'routo' iiivlitlnn.J3f" Kiilo: enliri-ly of "stcrl, and FO lisrht and ingeniona that they will certainly appreciated, !
MPM'fflOELLO' :: > [nr .i\. lake }pleasure: in again announcing to the : All of uhli'h wo will take pleasure ill hhouinj tu all who' may"lay our More a Tho LA1UKS'(;: DKPAUTMKN'i) of our\ new supplies m very complete, embracingniny ..

public, that tun' Stock ofT \Nit, and \\(1 i-li'ilijo oursehcs::I to ;sell; on :as reawnablo' terms: :any house: in :Mimtircllo.Give : :articles of beauty. and convenience
TilE UXDEUSKiXCU: INTnintH:: Ills; Filer.dind us a vial>\) IILIKKINC: FKXNELL &; SSIIKIIliliico'.lo _h __N.-, .,
the puMiu, ucrulivl ttint hi line no w received
lilt he will emitlre\ null stack(g of Groe rlel, I'r

OliorvID :for c nr h ,
c ]Dfi -- -- --- HEADY MADE
My stockon.Vi. -t", Iii i part of- CLOTHINGI
] :tock ii ,
vocoivcil. Large
]lave been Jly ,
Jo'/.Ol'R-I'hlIIt' Extra: end IMr.i: "un.iln; ]aJxciELs:1.oi;: STOKE' !eEZ1LSIOR
l'/Ib'b'S'h.-Elioh! Hairy; find Cotnpiist'S nearly Every thing; iloiiiandcd : i
,sUU.II-CI'UhcllI'rhllu and Choice; in the Southern .Maikct. .. ,_ _._ .___ .'. '_ N__ __, ._ ,-. -tsn: AX uumsmXII, UI.KGANT LOT OF-
RIUA'-nn : (
excellent artii lo ;
Jf.l COX=Sinjur' Cure.l I[lams : t STOCK FOnTHE- FUrl.NISCXNGr: : GrOODS. \

'MUJTKK-t\w\ bct ifoxlicn, : TO THE l DlES. Our f'lolliinif! imill niiiiiiifaelured of the Lest fabrics and. eutnud madn In the h Intent wtUc AK), Muraeilli ..
('OF1''Po-IUo\ and Jnvn.i
i 7'AM The attention! of the I.n.1I.-o I H rcpociully caned) ] to iiml,,, Llui-n \\I" -,auhhht' : nudCullnre; HILnnd' MarinoNeltihilrb' and Drawers; Cravats" Gloves and
t.'RAf.'K//oJR-Yomiif HyiMin, aiul lijston Gun, Sugar Po"dir, Butter; and] niV nbHortincntf s att G ANn' sue\ nn Tt\Ans. Ihindkercliiif,

GIII.er Sun1n., DImS: GOODS, nOXXETllU01' :-, .
l'I'A'/.I"S-' M] Pepper' t'abluje. ch..1 1 HOOTS AND SHOES. IJOOTS AND SlIDES ,
SUIUTS: .. .... .___ _. _. ._
. Th iw, Onliiin, Cllulll'lu\\, Cjcumler, rieeollililERMCTICALLY I i GLOVES IIOSIEKY, &('. ., 'N Ladies' Cloth and Kid. Gaiters, mid Calf, Kid, Goat and. Kip Boots ;

If 11 bU.VI.ED CWnI-'r h ;Misses' Cloth, Kid. lout and Kip Hoot, and Hoys' Calf and Kip Hoots and :Shoot ;
"iui: flower 1'renli Lima Jieani, Green Corn and< To the runner. r"=" : My block of Gooils; \ i ii now (, : : ., Gentlemen's CIIII'111,1 Kip i Hoots: ;

Lima Been, Applet, Peni.lie, fears tMraubcrile:: 11f$;:' \ ollll'l'IL''n:1 do. Calf; Kip and! Goat] :Shoes: .
. t.'horries' riiini*, line \pjiles, HimkLerries, Qulii-cf< The. Farmer'' attention I I. culled, to my Ijirgc Lot ofJZYIO t" + 1 ) 1 l'rch nrd] new, 1'l'IlI}' aril] ; ) 4\ ---

Mid Atpnr.i-tm. JL'IgrS, JJL.tXJHl IIAT
14 HATS AND CAPS. $ AND CAPS.
FitDill; ;.ME VT.-5-I.obterSalmon, Shad.Oye- & ; ] 'ht low and.. will ,lie sold' 4
dc. '
1. ( : lo"g' so so ihcaj,
ter, S"rdiuc>, Suuoa' ;!e, and uthcrsexpteted.FR ; ls iI.s. Cent I lino Heaver and, Silk Hats ; Gents' Moleskin and Cassimere! Hats! ; Boys' CllltJ-:
-Uuinont, 1'rune, igitCocoa Xut, Pine .. 2.d etiTI (V mere and Wool (Hats ; Panama, Strawnud'] Hats and Caps' of every description t
Apfluslrunger' .1:e ; S1V STOCK OK lCAtY MADE '! HlttiC.I Jews 1 and'] ii-ntilcs arc 1 bound lo wcq Sj yfvK ._ .
to.
.Y t'rS-\hll"n.I.lln.1 l ,variety of ulh"\'illOt.\ ; ,, U ._-._ __ ,.-'NUU', N.' < -
TOlt.t I ceo-oc \1&1'1011.1'1'11".1.( and qualities,anJthecrlchrdteJEilllekittiekSmilokintTohacc'o jVIiscollaiiecms .Articles.
CLOTHINGs I
ClUAKS-.>t tl-e very be-t: nud '...".t ,]c.lrnLlo'Iranll. ; I' Under this head it would bo imjiosihlo t" jjive in detail' the immense stock we always

kept eon ,.; lolv I P 'II" /pMdlnrtlele: i Hats and Cups, I.incnH, Saddlery, Carpetling' Trunks, Valihec, irmbrellas; Hardware: ] Tinware, Crack- J
LIIUtJR8Oliver., Old Ryeand ISo'itbon Whisky cry,, Glassware:) : ', Cutlery, Jewelry' Spados, Shovels, Hoes, Trace Chains, tie All of {
New York (Lt, OIJ Tom' and U>ndon Cordial.. }{JI1DE which
< iin, $eh".ln'I..hllnppo." New Kntfhind Hum Juniuiua [ 3V11t' : ;1 will bo sold as low! as they can be bought iu this: section of country.

) Uum in bottle,' Lcdiurd's Gill Cock 1'111an.1\ is I.AUCK: : AXI) covi-urrc. J JI _. .. 1t I
Jl.irnini Call -- --- --- -- t\

II'IXE'S-CllIllIp"n", ilahigri/ Madeira, Sherry hand.T, Hue Full Silts" of
I have' on FA1M1LY GROCERIES. s
linvatel Turner'* Ginger: and Claret. I XO\V IN'YITi; inj ell.t..lIH-riu.lloe] public gemrill! to call nnd cxmiiim my floods and prices, for }
slit CP Lemon, mll.kll'rrIn.lIge, Glngir: WHITE CHINA WAREthat
- in std !Stock coiiblitU of llil line will endeavor lo on hand. our of }Flour Coffee, Rice, Soda Biscuit I
Tina Apple' ltn )iberrv andMra'wberrv.XIUUUI.S 1 f..I..li.fie.) I lIoII I can atilt! the most fll'I\o1..u.! prU ijnnlily. My In we keep u.nlll.npl.I Sugar .
(: -Blttckbernr\ and French Cordials; will lie HI d!.! low I II IMygnadsaregaidpretty Cinikrlr, Ciiiulleii. !Soap h I'epjier.l SIpieSult.1'it-kits, &1 1I.u :...
CIDER-ClnnpngneVl'dl: [ .l: PrortMt'eline, in I and Cheap and as I Al -A I'irce block of FI.NK: \lUtANI'l&t, \VI.Nr>*, Wlll 101; KV, .te. wltlianyquatityoflhetarluuaLrnndsof'e
quirt and pint bottle, 1 barrel fine Cider, I Scotch: hull ni heretofore, endeavor tuwlln. low. sue anyone t nnil ( ""1 thetlmicut. lot of Sos VIO; ever brought to the Towa :
Ale, I on b>n Porter and La;;" Herr; iliw I would. ri-'Ewetfully.tdt tit 1&111"1"- :tnll l ) ;nncg gtw .un' p of .Monticello.\
COS: U1MENTS: Durham ,)3lustnrd Currio Pow- or wn ( c: In condition, onrftdck 1.I"rltc. nil fro.h. and] uitl.ntreeeveryarticle the country. can possibly demand.If .
White. Pepper Cayenne Pepper and Itluek "Rona desiring to mnke purtliiiw-1! to give time a cull you wixhto buy be sure and give uu call. Our uood. are f..r sale.and nil ,.'e auk U au examination
alIn\ bottle. Thyme, Savory, Miirjoiaui, Celeryneed. before. going. cl.e......liire.Monticello of Ihi...mu l Ly the pvople.) and w. led] confident they will not remain on our hnll.].]olla.

Sage, and French Mustard Water in Peach p.ts.EXTRACTorange Water. ,Lime : September 13. 1MO. 81.tf"Wood Ready Made Clothing, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Crockery M.mtleello..March\ 2.111., 18/10./ JOIIttfcO.V"' ItlHO A" CO. ,

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a -Pennine While Wine Imitation; citizen. of Montiecllo. are Informed. <1 that 8( 0. and Summer Trade. 1860.
.e\.d\ fruit inbarrels Spring
i White Wine, Cider Vinegar from be with Fire Wood, gJardcvczro: : nn.d GJ."occr1.oa":
Itaeherry Vinegar, PlAit'Ileo..r, I'aoll can supplied. upon .
_
making: application;. to tin unJcniRe3.flrtlers i G-'D- We give tclow a list of a few lending nrtleU -N NN'NNN .
In bottle
Vinrjii1: !qnnrt : .. with., and)
PUESEHVES AS) JELLIES-fin; :;.r, line Arile. "ll! b promptly cmnpli. I __ _
l CA"' Ifl) four "N' u n U
furuUied,
\ WOOD (
'2.00
Natural' julneeA., and Plum Preser\es; Applel'eneh. r.oou horse load. P. B. 'per WRU.\ I J. M. & ''V/ I P. MARVIN ;

C.SDY.rte.1. Lemon Currant end: Paste Guar, Brandy Jellies Drops and StptembcrSthlS60. t I SOtfGnard i !L\OJ: ]SSf: JDJ1ES3 (Gr J) :O .. ,

X,<*mon I>rop,. xO nVE. n.iregei', Fancy" and Solid color; Printed Jureji.! ( ; Fancy and ]I.IIIMI'.I. !..., bdiutlful pnttrrnt; Circa TIeI.ltille' -
SIXIJRlb'SCA.t Powder, :Matches, Starcb ILEC"rIOX Jloliuir HiUepe/ ; Jncoint:.. ,(,. ; J't'imitedbuanets. : Mnelln. \ICobc: ; Colored Mneliu.-frour1:1: } @B& @D oJii i ig
Candles, !Spice, Pepper, Ginger, Xutme w'urce.ter.hirePcpperJulm1u11.unpJMiilci.Eicurean* "U'onkt'eJlaJa ..." tleJifloll l cads t'u :i1l..cIII.I'r| Jiird; : ; French, Lnglih. and Amei" "lean l'(ints aitd Gin gliuiu:; ?; Kmbroidclie: ; Second
A ELECTION H IIEKEDY ORDERED! TOtI Mourning Uood, of ill! styles,
Sauce Pearl Salcruti. Cooking Suds. in \, j}and 1 B> beheld) ], on Saturday, k-twlwr Sn, 1860. nt ll IF 1 J1r(]] r lIi1r 1J @D1 1 t
Laken| No 1 Soap and Chemical erutive snap, )'0,.'- \Vaukeenah for Captain of the WAI'EEENAII a.n.1:111ns.;: D
rtir and Shut, Capsand Gun Wud, Table Halt in OUAKIW. fill a \icancy caused. ) by tie rrtij-no: Indies flack: Lace, Colored. f:1kll: ..] hurt ijrMantilla, mid ]Ju."',., ,l.ith lUlu been ttlccUdvith: great
I boxes,and almost every thing la the ,uc..rlline. tiun, of W. S. Murphy.' w lio has| been npj>oint..d anrllir..r tare,and out of w Lich we hope' t.. suit all u ho will give\ us a call. CLOTIIINa SHOES j
I hope to receive a fair' share of the patronaze ut iu BrimJier! (> uc'lIlllirJ'* u.tf; cud James ,
the people and I nature them that it *\ill be to De\VilttudWiu.C.Thonas. are r1t' .oiuted Manager HOOP SKIRTS:; HOOP SHIRTS Hardware Groceries Iron Nails 1
\ their internt to trade with me,as I am determined < of said election, who. will make retort| I thereofiu ; ;
to mare a conformity w ith La... T. P.CO< KSCY.Major A large! stock of Ladies and Misses Ilcrp?, ,.t all tjuiiUtlip, and of arlous new ttylcs. HATS BONNETS PLANTATION GOODS FURNITURE &e.
: Lower Uat. loth I ,':. fin. SI. ,
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I A Liberal Reduction iu Prices.p
I expect aceomplisli this- Sept. 22. J8GO. :lHt STAPLE: AND DOMESTIC GOODS.: M on lice Ho Fla. i

end 1.-will lir selling fur Cacti, I will make HO muka bad&lame bta, C. (i. rife, Linens, TuLle) DumatkaudTowelinais togtlliir u ltb a liirgefii]1'1.1)' pf Domeetle Goods. ,
therefore be to
nut
obliged -
I profit out of good euotOHler,to cover lowes, by those COMMI-SIOXEU: for Xorth ramlinn. to take oc I.ntlil'1-l, Mkses anal Children Gaiter hoots mul Shoes, gaud supply <,f ate .1
I who .and proohof Deed and) Mortgage take jilcasuro: announcing to our fiitnli and patrons, and the lublicgeuerallf,
nteerjHi/t. cuik"
9.-By getting cash for good I ran change. myttockofteuer of Landii. Ac aJmiuisteroalhs. affirmation, celebrated )'LilIlJdI.iA) thatAVc we are now receiving our block of '
lute &e.2f
and deiHuitioM
by crediting and I would make make urrral but oae.JOltS mall. profit. mobile I ( : KeriUcnce. Yuntle-l1o, Fla. 47 lvp Yankee Notion: fJiR RKt1 lj.J@ lliJ 1JE: 1 @@@ D )J -

October Cth, 18CO.; Jl:M.tfSA1SBCKV TALMEK. ,.. (i. w.nA9 .Jonn\V. \Buttons Pius. Combs. ,of all kind*. Null, Twtband. llalr Brurhts: Fiather Fly Brushes, Ion, Stick and which l.a\'e1c'n selected with great care and attention by one of our 1-11'111. and which
;' REMOVED: TO TIlE TOWS OF MOXTI- Palm Le'uf Fans. Muuruii. funs, L\trait: !H!idd !li..:n.ir, _llx, ddlUittuI\ Belle UriinJ, Bp it Clime n*. Knit for variety and extent, w u beliuv to be unsurjiajjoed in this vicinityVe court an exam.
Practice of medicine. Glue,China &lItI.x Crt; ] I"el.llie! f..lk'Au.1
the & ing
CELLO), for Adamantine t11I1l".I'IAUI.llIIg. JolUtoplcae
1 Just; :Roooivod, t1f" Office ut UKW lluttl.August lillr variousolhi line, .r IhliiL'. in thii I'm*|l"Ul1l1nlrnu.tominmidittitwLLi. I h rtewilllacpleneedtoshow.Al..the | itmtion, f feeling aSbul'clthat it will result in our ret civ ing a lair bhure of patronage..
. FRO)! KOUTU CAROLIXA 18, I860. n bra CELEBRATED:: liOLM; J.VK: DEIa:; : .L1.5, ..Lieb .ruulL..tLhlg uew,aud tu which we call C37 It you want 15AKGAIN.S, give na a call. _tE3 .
I f attention the Ladies.Gentlemen's, 'I. Much ai, 1800. J, M. & W. P. MAUVJJf.Family .
1 lbL premium live \YTilskey ; WHEELER &WllSON'SSevv1.n.g .

t 1 u MVLeat lo. t\faoh1.n.cs: : Fiiriilsliiner ( oods.Our Groceries- antl-l-Pl'o"kiol1- :1.JAVA 1.'-- rurniture. L' '.t! !

t" u Corn do. TIlE BEST. TlI ClIEAr&oT ASDTHE stock large and well atl el..<1. tu.tracing Ih. lan st fci.hii.ua... Cats. )Pant, and y...>l*; TU latest and Rio CoflVe, Green and lilack Belt of Cottage Furniture iu oak; tfotta of En. :
Warranted Pure by the Distiller*. M. 4 E. M Yfn! ARE .' dutiraUe Sewing :Mavhinetia! uee.JO1INSOS st j'le* of rrlll.I1<1 l hammer: late and Caps for lioj s, Youths and GeuU, heck, Tieiand block, BooU and< ..Jjifruj. lIe: ,,t-1IJl&r.| rl'Mir, /Bugar Curid Hum, amelled Cottage Furniture; mahogany French Bed :
., ..1..1kur..u."aah 1Stattd -
and fur aaU. by JO11S M. FALMEU.. MUD CI).. AgeuttApril bLa'a. de.: .conutrr tloiutandbiJei, TuUicro, Kejfur+ ke. fur stead; CuUaga! Jet -
'I. ... October- .6th. I860. 'HI 28.h, 1880. 11-tfSUPEll Family Grrocefies. uU by life \\V P M J A'I7.V. 1'ct..tet"'l Cbatrsir: ,,freak..v.JY. lit j#- JI..J.Br/y.-

For Sale rilOSniATE OF LIME. Coffee Sugar. Soana, Candles Teas r'iiiee. Pepper| ,Olueer Salt,Wutbtru!: MadeCundUs, ic. TOBACCO -... -
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IB Kilter YorkeSlamn.
So 1 U tariuu.LranJucud.omeof Mulliu'aU.\. CUDEGA&4:: : fo Jewelry great variety and. Glas.i'fue
of the beat FtrtilUtrj can
now use. l'late.ll Crockery
,
good M lYor'III&I1Jt..J ,
A LIGHT WAGOX
TWO KlIh"u.U.'u'y
HORSE ONE tjJ'tJL
and Kunmitr Ktoifc w IU wett the entire approval our euatoinerand II .1
that
io to f..houtiden. .
new, w ith Ilarneu and LJuts complete and also a quautitletlo.uit- J.I..t on W.application P. MAKVlSj: tf"VII w'e r"IIft.tfull: ) ask tulufj-cetwiiof the t *atL". Oba\ a liialbifortrnrchxfogekivwhere, .Tj'S Cutter, Colt Uu.keU.4e. ForwUby la great variety,and for isle by.JYI'JJ.rD .. '
frame and : J..v.t11'I' MIR 11.V, M.rcbllJ 6tIJI i :
eorer. Apply to, I :
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-'prU nil, II4O.( Itf J, u PALMER. P.1'ruary 2Itb:! JW, [8f :McoUtcUo: \ <>rid., 'Match S1M UCO "

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FRESH AND CHEAP GROCERIES cIit4J. or fCIIDVLL'. I A 'tiuiccto Bicnllzc roitunc. Connuissionclf* S


,AT THE FAMILY GROCERY TORERECE.TLT A. F.]J! IE1I! 7I1L TALLAHASSEE &e PENSACOLA & CEO.Rail I0DGE'LOTTERY DAVIS OF&OEOtttllA.Anlliurif CO'S First Holiday OI December. JlJl' : 'next.


KSTAB1JSIISI) ItY (TALE.AIIASSKC! FLOIUDA.) Ionts.em.l. OLDATm< b.t i Sprrial' / ActtofthtLtyidaturt? ? for tin. IN pursuance t>t A ileCTef "f the lion J. 'hyl.)
: P.nkcr. Judttcofthe 1 Clrcntt Court
"I lice VTiuMngton Coun'ty AeaJttnin.Brilliant )1.1.11" uf
JOHN
M. PALMER .
b'ft Florida, in Chnncer /
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sltllll ta.le Il'h/\mher t>*itlio
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN rox I

!'j] )NT1OLLD! [fi'L.J\; mini. after Monday! the 23th of ,July 1860-, SheisJoTJuly S I860llOYAL 18th e \lui't'umln 'Jnnlnr\.- J. Sinl\eton.l.1180.\ Executor a certaincan uf

--- I'as'cnger run As follows, : Charles, T. J. * THE UNDEnslOXED IXFuRMS illS rrl"f,1A, Trains1 and William C. Uni-knnd Wife, and Mary/ If.- Sin-
and the public\. gonerally, that lie, has now1e received GENERAL STAPLE GOODS Leave Mnhhurun.. _. T... ... e O/iO, A. :r lire defindnnt, the named and
Arrive at Tnlluhaxce. 00 A. HAVANA PLAN Jt..t.n. ullpriJ..I
.10
which .
entire\ stock!: of Oroccrics, IVoTjsions, dc.: .\ .lol'r fro, mill, en
. .7.00A.M. "I.ohltr.nsl..lull
,, Leave Muntieello.
tie will% tell .
.
Prise Amounting to A. D. 1860 sells*
Arrive Tallahassee. ...... lo.nn( A. M I. 20,220 l'illt I""dt\ leeelb..r.
'chenp for Onsh I Lens .' TimThuimaai'p: .111.13 A. M. public outcry to tlm. bidder, before the

My stok ..onl.tJl.ln part, of"AOC'f SUiflIE8.>> Arrive. nt St. Mnrk<. .. .. ..hl,4tA.hT. $271,200. Court House door In the town <,t Monllcillo. the,
/ -rinnt's Extra and Extra Family : t-iANTATtON t Leave ., .. .1.161'. M.r.ArlvenITninh. be distributed necordinp; to followinp County of Jefferson, time follow. 'Inc lands, belonging
!t.rkJ.
OJfS-.Englih DAiry; *.. .2.4111'. M I. Wi to the estate of Charles T. J,Singleton,deceived tw
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UG'AR-Cru.hed. Primd( and Choice; .". ... 800P.M. noYAL iChIEME: : wit! The, E J of the S E J of Scctol Township,

KTCB-nn excellent artlcleTDA GROCERIES & 0. l.nve Arrive at Montieello. ,... .. .8.301'. 1 To l lIe drawn every Saturday. 3. lnii'c! 3, North and East ; Section. 81.
QO\-Sidennd Siller Cured Hams and the N E i of and time I E I of the NWi
M 8etlolll.
j ]lave Tn'.luliawfe.\ . 1'. .
.3.0 8 Prizes of.
000
Prize of. $70
SUlTRR-Tho best Ooshcn; M. 1 .. ; .$5(1 of Section 81 ; J of Section 82; theN
Arrive at Madison .. . 1' .. .
of. SOt
101'\1.\
COFFEE Wo and Java., --A CONSTANT SUPPLY OF 1 Prize nf e .. $20 000.;' W i of Section, and the, 8'I of Section Eh.
TEA-Yonng Hyson and Gun Powder! Connecllncvlth Post Conches nt MontWHo( anti'L 1 Pi-i/cof. ....$10 I 000.aol'rizinof.. lOt)' aol theX W J of thc X K J 6-TowMuip
CRACKSRS-Soda, Boston, Sugar Butter and with hUups nt Mndimn for Luke City and Vnldostn, 1 Pi'ize (,f. ... I 000:' 100 Prizes of.. / 3, flange 4, North and Last, containing 1160 acre..
1Woss: nod from Valdo tn by Railroad lof; rannab. 1 Prize of. 000 100 Prizes of. '
Glnjrer; Snnps-; Pork, :Ela.D:1S: : : S1.d.es, Shou1d.ers. ... more or !I..A. :
PICKLES-Mlset.ln quarts and pInta: Conne..tllIJ nt St. Mirk with Stage to and r.om I 1 Prize of. .. 2 000 25 000 Prizes of. I' {IT TERf OF .SALE-One-third, cash and

Arrlos FR ,!Oranges-Ratsons, Ac,;Francs Figs,Cocoa Nuts,Pine [s@Mrrl WO[}{] R W 9 @ciJ c New; Orleans with Key the Wet line tmfMiil nnd Cuba Steamers, and Intarmcdliitc betweon '. 8 Prizes 076 Approximate of. .. Prizes 000, nmonntlngto 18,200.. the find l"IlIlIce two years eqlallnAlalmenu., with eight per payable cent: Interest In .on*

N UTS-Almonds'and\ a variety of other kinds! ; points on the, fiulf nrrivlnu at St.. Mnrk: Whole Tickets $8 ; Halves $4 ; Quarter* from day of sale,"11h a mortgage on the property

TOBACCO-of vnrloiisbrands and qualities,and C3TTERM8, CASH ON DELIVERY.. J [March 10, ieoo.JfEW on tl..lr wny month tn Key'cot, and arriving on tho at 17th St.an.12n.1 Mark oillioirwfiy oi8rd c $2 ; Eighths ft. : or approved security .
WEST
the celebrated Killlckinlck Tobacco Commissioner.
Smoking
;
; U to New Orleans on tho IBth and 2th! 01 .UlY
CIARS-of "tl-e very hest and moil donirnWo --- -------- --- ----- --- --- -- ----- -- -- ------ CITY"PL MnrcliSlet, 180. 7td8m
ANI!
brands kcptconm'Iantly on hand. Gentlemen ea.I'lollth.'
rely\ npnn a !ron.nrtl l le; may HOSTETTER'SSTOMACHJiTTERS. The trains will not run on Sunday, tTcept or oo.ooo.F011 ESTATE OP J.Un\! TTCKEH, DEC.'I
Old STORE.NE"V on 8t..nl.. days.
Oliver
LIQUORS- Uyeand flourhnnwhla.la. "
APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISMISSION.
C. T. W. SYFANtss't Sup't.July
New York Gin Old Tom London and CorlimmlGin. \ JTl
fVhednm Schnapps, New England Rum, Ac. 28th 1860. 2 MlSivvannnh 0N OLLA 111DPnIWNDAn.YAT SIX months from date hereof I shall present,

IPAVA.1; ?-Champagne, Malngn. Chnin]>aBiin Cider The proprietor (\nd manufacltircrs of 1lOTETTMt'S -- O'CLOCK my accounts and vouchers, M turvitlng admlnistra-
Cordials Lemon Scotch Albany fc Gulf I tor of the Ectitteofimumes R. Tucker, deceased, te
Syrup, Ale London GOODS CELEltATEl hTOMACII MT- : Hni'oml .
the Jmlge o.Probnte Jiffvnon mJ
Porter Ae.; TEllS caD efe t confidence to Leave Savnnnnh. . .. 'I ,.VmP.erc-12 DfaitnA' VZl1.i. l"n.be tIme county
( /
SUNDRIES-Glnrr.er Preserves Sardines, Oyster physicians and CitiZenS generally of the United Arrive at Vnldo.ta. .5-tn P. M. C Tf E M E / pray to discharged fl'ol sutunC.
In cans Brandy Frnlts, Yeast Powders, Mustard Lawrence Olilnmn, Smtes, because the article has attained a reputation Leave VnldiMtn .4 no A.M. SMITh siMT'IIN ,
N.tdraFrult: I"leheA.'t.nrd' ,, Candles,!Spice heretofore unknown. A few facts upon Arrive nt Satnnnnh. .12.65 1'.M. Any$1,00 l ticket v-hit 8 Nos.on It, all drawn, $30,00(1(4 .April 14, 18CO.-Cm. Slinking .Adm'r:
Pepper Ginger, Nut lIIelt, orep.ler.hlrp Sauce, fTAS OPENED A NEW STORE In the BulldinJLJL thin point will ipcak more powerfully than 7 20,000
Pepper Snaee. Extracts /flavoring. Pearl Soleratis recent iy occupied by volumes of bare assertion or blmoning puffery.The The Train nrrit lug nt Snvnnnnlt at 13.65 eonnechwith I 6" 10,00(1(: Estate of Theodore TUlllml dec'd.

Cooking Soda tn J, J an,11 It> pnpers, No 1 Soap n. II. PARTRIDGE, consumption of Hosteller's Stomach llii- the train on time H, 11. R. departing\ at 1.30 p.! fi I" 2.OnI pplication for .
and Chemical erarive; Powder and Shot, m.,( ) p. m., ((night.) '
soap Caps tern for the last amounted to over a half- ,113. n"I1.1
IOU
and Gun Wads, Table Salt\ In boxes and almost every nnd is now receiving a Splendid Assortment million bottles, and year from jig nmmlest steady. Road is arranged. s ns (to I I : ) SIX IUX'J fl'nl I he dltl'hereof I shall preaeu

thing\ in the Grocery line. Increase In times past, it is evident that during connect with the Pensiicnlu -LADIES-- from Mndiwn, Valdnita.. Thus by this ro'utc; 2 Inc Estate of \ deceased,to th,.
I hope to r wWe a fair share of the patronage! of the coming year the consumption will reach pas I l I 6
the people. and I as nre them Hint It wilt\ be to Bear one million bottloH. This immense amount ."nrr leaving the Tallaha. eo le"pnt nt 3 p. in.' Any $1,00 I TIcket with a drawn number on Hon. Judjre. of Pruhal. for ,Je'Trrwl' county and
S their Interest to trade with me, as I am determined could never have been told but for the rare will reach Satnnnnh nett day by 12.B5.JASl'ER'J. it stationed! tocomeoiit at pray to be \hnl'jr,1 from winie. -
) particularpliiee.suehnsB"
XC: llUttgGOOnS any .
'FULTON
.AND Smml't.Jmmty ,
to make a medicinal\ properties contained. the preparation 28th tf 1'1.2.1. Sd.orony\ otherstation March 31, 1860. 'Unm'LL E1'tra.
I860. 21
A Liberal Rrdiidlon In Price and the sanction of the moH prominent in the drawing ...... ... 00ThruJ Gi
,
I expect to accomplish this.-- physicians in those sections of the country $ to 1'rire at tht atom Jialet
RailRoadNotice. IO any ESTATE OP IMCIIEL: M.
:
: where the article IB known, who not only 11SGI.J.TOX. IW.
1.-Br selling fur C"KI, I will make f1,1 Ml, bet '
recommend tho IHitcis to Iheir patients, \but' lrrolr. APPLICATION FINAL DISMISSION
anwill be
notlhrr'f'rp. obliged tn make \larqoprofits :, ,
mER !-If two or more selected numbersare
out of good e.tomel'.lo cover losses by. those are rea.IYlt all times to give testimonial- lo its J ... : ( :MONTHS) after date hereof, I shall pit-sen t
taken and all nf Numbers AO nrcnotdrnwnninoiiirthiTwcltelJrnwii SIX
who Gents' Clothing efficacy in nil cane of derangements BmJ& Ih. P..I..d tinnl
nei'erpnv.2.By' ; 8100laei niy O"llt. nll.1'ol.lll. as lllilisIrltnr -
the
getting MjtA for goods I can change iny and. the diseases r Ru\tng\ (the.elrol. r I VIE: .. ( t Till :ulberA, i f o/ffc-io/ In the Estnte of Itncl.el: M.( .'
stock oftener and make .mrat tmalt prnfli while\ Hats and Caps:\-Boots and Shoes ; This i i-< not a temporary popularity' oblaincd\ 1111"-0" .l 1".11, Itilrlu.l., \\r Tieket i I.I'v nHnnk.t tbUSi-lieme, select theIr lute of JeHersou County, d..CI.II..t. to t.e :'jletll,
T can
by crediting I would make but"Ht.JOlIX by extraordinary tflortt In the WRY of trumpeting pcctfiilly l'11,1 I f"I\1 Inl rule purchasers Judge of for 11.1 county. apply fore
11'0\alo
And ... own Nuiubers.COMBINATION. nl.
M. PALMER. a large assortment of. the qualities of the Bilers. but n solid \ ,
dK-lmrge
Hide Jof TullaliasM'c frul 1.\.lli.lrnlj.it ( estate
Pen. and t1
thi. 8tf estimation/ of an invaluable I", which is & .. .
April 1860. % Sheriff
JJ 10 J Im 1L m 1r destined Hosteller's to be as Stomach enduring Bitters an time have itself.proveda (Georgia Hail < Co. PLAN .lri 14-. lSCu.-am' and .Idm'r latl ncoflklo.

500 Barrels Liinc (Jodscnd to regions where fever ana ague l Frelnlifsnre payable, In rn.lro" .1.\VI'.fllnn.\\*I DRAWN EVERY DAY AT .1 J O'CLOCK. I

WATCHES, and various other bilious complaints, have linl Klnnii will be ...hnre.011.\ n.tiel..s ., J over, ( 1'IT.I F. 1'RIZS : I I3SOI.VE.TrT KSTATE NOTICE
counted their victims by hundreds. To bo after the f"lo\; periods. : STATE OF FLORIDA, )

Equal' to any Made in t the e World/ ,: a.Et.OOER.XES.: : d30. able to state confidently, that Ibo "Bitters" To Consignees In Tnlliihaswe. . . .3 3 duv., 840,000! 32,000( :OOO! 20,000! .TrF 'JmfOS COUNTY. j f

All of which we will\ n-11 CHEAPER: than, pHr Ire a ccrt-iin, cure for tho Dy.ipcpxin and, lkodisca.es. mm. ithlii II milesofndepot. r days, 10,000,000! 200 Etc. R W. I.nw.\ItlIle\ hcrifr,and Administrator
gear* TIlE UNDERSIGNED has on hand atytSSlL In-fore. offered In this market.! We n-.k the .lIi1.1I1 ig to the proprictor a poiirco of la. 12 "I.In\'\'", i tx n/Ktinvt the E'lllo..f TelnWoICI lute of J.f-
of Mnntlcrllo and Bur.'oinnlinz eolinlrv to five alloyed pleasure., It removes nil morbid mailer over 12 Hdiiyi, TICKETS mIn ITO $l0. f"I'n County', deceased! hns filed In the Probate4)IT'it'e
"A a
least 500 barrels, of Fresh Lime \ihich In trl.il.. I.A WHE CI-: OHLMAN. from the Btomich jinrifiei, the blood and This mmml,' will bcHtrietly, adhered In, mind I ) \ril..1 suitirestion JbytJhelievM tim.Ditiute .
us good as can be hat, In the world.. Cfrlifn-utes to Monticcilo, March 1'th. IBlin. 4b'.Y11Uf.'I.r iuipurts renewed vitality to I lie nervous system .ending fortfoodxarc ri-nu'erteiltn, t comply; I "'IlrlrAI .:whim? nrJeiiiiTlekctH" ilntithe CUIM: rm lo'etin1 I ': of .1 1 TempI ITooTfe T""J.,,, lTcut..
audi effect can be furnished from giving U that tone nnd money tn our nddn-sv, on receipt of we'
numerous pcrwns energy Indivpcm-ahla ul' the goodn cannot be delivered 01.1 I i Thireforc, flli..p l'li\'rn\ to nil j.J.O i liming :
who havetried it. .YJ'W1'IULI"; XE II'! tAVliat for the restoration of hcullli. Jl operates upon E. HOl'STOlTN.Sim't. will send.\1"1 U ordered\ by. ",'IUrl tuumiii.t cllll..I.ill'lill'.I.I..., to-nppenr- ..',tiie time
Persons wUhing Lime will\ find it to thotr Intertitto theslomach, liver, and. cither digcHlive organs, March 2it. I 1859. %}* All 1 CoiiinuiuicittioiiJiitrietly, c."t.I'utll.t < Ju.llr rrolmti- of said\ onor
purchase of me, as It can be had cheaper and I is it mildly but powel'fuly. and. noon restoreS .themto 6.1 jT Purelmser, l' I lll J''n.e1.i.. 01111ur..' "1 In. ih the ISlh day of October imext, \roltr. *

on better terms, than elsowhcrn. Apply nt my Lime That AVoiKlcrful l"urllt'lnljent, aevlllll"l eA..n.I,1. to the healthy, disilmrgo 5dotie(', I, 1.1'11,1111' give t.lr, I..ot .H\cp. county and Stati.>. \i bcnpro-rntiidi'trilnitionofth, funds liclonir-,
Yard aliout twelve miles South of Monticclfo and of of nature. I CUT A R 8Cnlltnhltlo to id. E: -, the
tati-
functoQ OflEWARN all perrons ninitn-I f.r i C r g" iiinoiijrtt creditors thi-rcuf, at ,
near the Augustine Koad. Darby's' Prophylactic Fluid EI'rly, persons may use the ni'er' daily\ at r certain 1"'II..rI".te.! civen 1 by" Irll.lll' rt..I.' full e\plnnntons! of ". Scheme', ete., which! time the mill Jl.V.. EJ\ard*, ,,'i arplv I Ir.
JOHN M.( RA yon.: per inns on time Imllle al.llhry will find. A. I Irl.lh'.r benrer. f..r I the u..e'of Rye I(Long, (umiSs mm riled I. Mail. to any.I one sending utluir < r lull llnnl .liwlmrgo. 'mom the A.lmllll-II'.II..1 uf
Jefferson Collnly.Fla.,Nov. 12, l8.9. 39 tf in It aslimulnnt ,
adapted I' comfoit )
peculiaily meulil!
dollar"l ,
I duo M.
I bTHAIN.
77n' f,1' Iw.!' I.h..1 April 1 I.t.| 1 Hfin; nn.l iiiinie.Order EO'11e. I.
it
A'rtu
It i i. Hit Remit Zcitvntd
a' Duenrery. nf declining years I. I I in plcnvant to the piilalo, .ln,ss n }h'ol'unr ]ht. I lftinIt; I the "'..".I.I"l'lli Ionfur ) for Ticket or Certificates by Mull or Expiessiihoiild April I I. 18 .-Cm. of ToUU.ATTACHMENT .
/le'CIfTri.i i. a Triumph of to the excellent ni n tonic, Ju.ljc .
Invigorating 011.1. nld\ .
notu was given Inn iii I bonddri-xed to
BRICK \Il..h "
t natoK t Skill I rnic.l.
i Srirnlife and rejuvenating penernly.. We havo the evidence will lI< pay it iiiilesscoinptlled. \ by '11"1) 110lOIXlAVHl-CO.; NOTICE
It lea of nnd
Chemical
tlulon of matcrhil-i, provldud by\ men women' .
J. Juno Ill ISr.D."
HARRISON. ) Mncon
-:():- Nature herself, for renderlngpure th.air, w, breath. who have experienced .d tho benefit of tic:Ing llls: February llth,. 18i0.!' 1 63 tf ,-Georgia.-- JOEL G. Jloor.E 1
The subscriber takes this method Its action is in obedience to fixed: laws, preparation. while mflVring fiom MoniacTi durangeiniuls GOLD GOLD! GOL1HU vs. f[ In Jurtwe WilforJ'l!

of Informing the public generally that he still continues QUICK, SURE, POWERFUL I IIt the advice or nnd general deliilily; noting under Uplh' )[nl.( Clothiiijr] Is"T.. \r ATRIS'. ) t'onrt.rlIE .
they lnabandoned'
the bniiness of purities dwelling, sinks' and kitchens; all pIJ'.ieilllp.. drttgi fniily tested the Fnn I ntnll""e',", ,. 01.\\ luY.ln'l ent fi-nilnnr IIn.lll.II, r persons lire hereby,
..nmCKAKTXG: AND LAYING! It removes nil oHi'imtve( odors\ i miriiH of this/ ml id.). A fv\t words to lime y. nnd, nt prU-cs! to. suit oB! ,...r,1' a val. J ] 1 notified of e"llt'la', tile nt of. lhs! suit, rturniil.le .

Thtt he has TWo YHlI.r;; the making r.rlt-k, It cures biu-iia with limtunt, certainty; gentler sex There turn certain periods. when J M .t. .IM. V IV. J _K to tho next term of wild Court (bring. time
ore Iltn.tedonplllilo l nnd n nuurter Wi'rt of Monll.o I It prevents' meat from siKiiling ; their cures are so liarai"lng that ninny of lliem Home I ..-,"Saturday. .11 Ji.lv next' : ,)nnd to appear and
on the Talluhnsseo Road the other on the It mulct hard water soft; sink under Ilic. t liinl. Iho rebut ion of mother KnniMiing, Good. I'l.-nJ I.the wiine. JuEL U. 311 touR:,
Pensacola and Georgia Railroad, one milo\ East of It U the \best cosmctii; nml. child in co ausoihinply. lender, t Unit the I IEX;! 1"ln.k.1III.|);; Clum lii'.. Dojll.M.) \\. GRAND ILL-PRIZE[ SCHEME, Juno S..,1 Igfiii.,; [Sin] Ilnl"tt.
Station three At the latter yard he hBla@TQB Itreustierm boils when forming; mntler. especially if sue be young in apt, to 4. linjpt. Ilow! l1' 1"110.t. t'r ".1..1"1
\It soothes bolls when formed, and heals' them rap} own health in her rsliimo nniiefy .l WPMAItVI.VHnrdwarc FOR GOTO HER 1 S /O. A1"\CIDIX': NOTICE
Ufl&[ @] ,1y| ; for her infant. period. vi'
Ih"ulllle mllcrlhyArire -- J"\ls"n.\ 1 JruVrson Circuit
9 't relieves heartburn; Hollowaro] NniN Br.1 ( 11 Court
for tin loading. of CAR3. All it eurestelter and\ sciild-hend. during tumincr reason, the WfnrofloJyatiJ f r ( ; \ 1 Amount, mvt.ru to. ., 97 l'
B ) a& :
persons living contiguous ; I. .
I. Here L.IN1'ATION
mi"r > | Cn-l, I'louah, nil __ Lr i Tlionmi
an.
to the Railroad can have their brick trans-" It I. good. for carbuncles, uleers, corns and\ sore then, in I n fcne"IIJI'srnIP..icrnpe- 1 goud Kej.t. In this', line. formic byB t..t. @lJL3LOTTEBY. W.,1rut. JUcnd) ... ..... 19438
)polled to them with dispatch and. without breakage! It cleanoes the teeth aol purifies the breath ; rate tho encrb nece""i! nf the 'J'.I..I, nnd. enable I the ltlll'. & W. P. The Defendant( nnd in-
C3 A" orders attended to with prornpln"otII.tj9' It destroys all ve. ; mother lo bear up III.h'l' her nlmii-tiug' IUH'Hand -- --- lcKIKNEY Imm: tiTKtfd nrc li-rcl.y; notified of th '
: Cill/ens of Mudiwn County will luke due no It l Li tho \best |rrpnrntli> ever uwd fur frct.livoinnK ,
/ m-epurmsim.iiiiie.' Nursing mothcri generally ) Xirrs" lihi.nnTr tf tIde stilt, nlvriinlln,. I to time 'ut term of Ud
n".llIlh.llh..I'
I 11'11.1 ; of
tic. hereof, and govern tlu-msolvcs" J neeor.lmmm..iJAME3 )' \ It relieves few I picfu I. 1/./., ll'. e n lo n'l I other. inviuia- Rnuchvo I; I J..I I I)res'.ca: f. I' '"I.. ,l': Antholizctl'r .Ipltalct. .LrgUtuturo.Every Court lu I I 1.1.1, the Ci..t littdny: \ in .Nnvin.l.vr,
: minute
: ELLI-\WU. a tho tile of '. ...
IIIO.'clA/ 1 lort t t'-it i -iv "III.r-r'lt: of I liynl-i.I & I 1' IKiiO' ulMuntli-vIKi, ai.ii! I \ .
/ I.'J MAIfl'Isjsltto 1' i IrnlllI.\ tie
25lh; [llnijuof bees. .1
February ; 1800.( 2 jy etc. :1 .Jr1"
: emu, hccaime it in ngruu) !i> II tinI I Ii-U: nv -- ---- Ticket n Prize *>'"#. X WE T.
The H< -pit..h <.f New Orlcansand Mobile I ------- '
m are us 1el 0 cortaiu lo gho .a peruiiuiiul juerui>e ; ( I Clerk JeflVrwn Circuit
lii *
It l'olrl.
Land for Sale. ; ;jHiiflpilalK bndi'y' strength.All rOd Ih.jilt'I.ooJ .
undersigned/ Is .l.-slm'oiis of di-.po.init of all ,corporations. .!.mmp-mastcra.! manufneturer -I I hope ]'i-r rP9 to whom, we bore r-'.rlli-ti- 1 ;.\ : ) : nn'l;, ,,, : : do. Or CAP I ')''AIJ"P II IZE July 28th, 1 560. 8m

THE his land Intercut in :lIB !llIOn and JdfeMon 1llIn"'r'l'hplcllln..furnl.bed' \ the gallon atreduced I hrly referred nhovu, lu ,it ."!rr-11 fn.i.i, ,' .. Tnl.II..II..n..I.nn.\. \ C ml, rl.! ... (for .

; Counties, to wit: Tho ,, rates. (user and npie, caused by malaria, ;3r; t symtomsof Tvpholdnnd ScarUt Fever indipestii-n. !1' of I
> <
an
My Home Place, situated about four miles North arc mil igatcd \by" the mo oflhU i Fluid ; It ham. licen' ilinei'i: or tlirnnp-meulK. of nrT.i..' !., : =Froncli, : an. T1CKFTS: OXJ.Y i i.' \IJLL.US/

East of )1"lItledlo. on the 01.1 Steam :Mill Road, known to check' the ..pr.a.of\ Typhoid ...nr In I IlIperallllUle".1 11"II.ls. persons of mlenlaryoccupation G.1'rinl. INCIIAMS.; I I'Uin En..di.hlw1: : IlAt.VUS, ({fAUiU.EIGHTHS, IX I'JI1'OCTJOS L.
._
containingThis families
an.lllp"" phii.tntlons mini, nursing ; niothtr, nil i toiiMilt liai.t, lu gr.at'aid"', for'iil.> by Uri ---- + -. .- -.
440 .Acres. l.eHiling Ph)Aiciansare lining It In Charleftnu, Co- their own phynical' I ly to Hos J M t W I' MARVIN. To le Drawn each "
welill'e Saturday
place II well improved. 11I1II1,1"I-III\a"'I,. .lti, !!iir.tii" .1 t III"ln.In."n.: Connibuii I teller' ('eh.h.I..lllomnrb) .i\11 Iriril.CAL'TION. : in 18f 0, sizes constantly: on \ for sale lr J
n..1.
Also\" my ifu's lifu time interest. in a well imnror. ,:Montgomery' ;;linn, M.-bllo nnd New Or I .-Wi-c.u-if' i the puMIo), ; ugHincttiHiip SHOES. IN THE CITY OF) SAVANNAH. (iEORfJIA.: : ; J\LL. THOMAS.IBI

ed place containingLo_ eans.For. 1 any of the many l"laliol. or roitnurfeilD ,. nOOTHX1 Class 02, to lie, drawn October I860. : -?., ..., March 82, 1859 ly ll:: .
Iltl.rl\ gI.h and country mi-rehnnts) s. I LUL for ,. 'uninuntSiOMtrii G.LXTS: lne Pump tll.h,1,I Hi..ot, <. 1
Class
.: I l.k 03 to lie drawn
)
jSLO3OBr rally, from : (; Oct,1r 13, IROO.
wl"l are | solicited, fill.(1. 11/4. ixfr.l) "
Uirrrrs. and II
"I''r nuh "li.ilile
situated about three miles ,north-eai of Mont iecllo. Try at lea-tone. bottle; r"ol".tlli. .. Fu.iimsidirections the werd. )r.j. HoMet'i-rVM'PI BI ..umili Pilifru"Inn Ties and rump. Iji-K.: fine ,beel-d finiters'! !,_. Class 04-, to lie drawn: 20, 1 SOOt A. GREAT fOlTIEIX.: i

Also a tract In Madison county.contaliiln*- Manufiieturvdnnlv. In the Lnbrntorv, o blown on the .:'da ot II.. t-ol'e., mend stamped with and without f..ve, I Ni.Iles fine he, led kid : Claps 05, to Ll' lr.wn Oct l.cr 27, 1 1800 r iJ '0 V ri' & 8 ..

IQo Voros DAItllY & PUICK:, on the metallic cap iho c(>ik, InJohA..ne pen .and a genera) -mrlmcnt, of both tine lp MAGNIFIOEN'r _- iJ a
Tills Valuable Hammock Land and is rftuntcd Auburn, Ain that our clnr.r.' :urv is uu the i'mmarse (Click, at irle-ce lower than, we bine been' SCJE1I. f \> Itt June mxt the Ocnrnia! W....tl!
two miles below tho liigiiatiiie Road and three WYor sale In Monticello,by label. 'gl, able toolftrthuu fur Id( \'pnr paft. Tor Mileby t 111.. of. ..*G0OutflI 2 Pmlzesuf VTelejrrnph: wll-l.i': .. enlarged to Elfrbt. pages

miles from Whldd.-u's\ Ferry cart of the Aucilla.. T. ) PALMER: *.- Trepared and sold by IIOSTETTEB & J .l d' iVP.ht.IIfl7.V' 1 "' i'f. IO.IHI 2 I 400" Suet) ando i-olnmin, in the ngL'regnte; maling/ ft time
Any per of Land will do well to rxnnilnc, tbe.. ..In....... wrora\e New Port, by grocers, and dealers generally 001111 "'im11"( I l'rl1. of. I.IHH''! 211" 411 i perfect 'iimnuiry of News, f..r"I'llnJ d.I..t. .*
Aug 11. 1860. L lim:: ] J. D. JI t;r'.T.: ..JtMFsiv.: SKIPPER. throughout the United iHaioti, boutb to' Tin Ware, .1..ln.1 .. urenllv: I 1''lzo iii' .fH'IO I 100 hcucwmu' i w1 a. a lai'"'fund lat..I'. '1Ii.nl' *
A. B. Person wMitni wil\ ores water, cto..analyzed rica, and Qormany.u kept in this ; sale bvJM fancy nrlic. 1 PrIze of. :.10( <110" i: I 7 5til) lIt ''llt .hcI.t; will be published Two lid
SAVANNAH MORNING NEWS can have It dune on rea.o.alle tcim by I". it H* I I'tize .(. 2.H1<) I 00 I I lar per n"IIIIln cdrni.ctalways..
Fe'r mltf in PR. T. Jf T VLMr.ll V.111'I.r. II"111.
leimmilnec to \ '
I'.uf"r 3unt..n..I. t I I'rl .f. l,8eue)2MH)0 For the Litest news,
lar\oy. !. U hA1lT'
...1 HR.I it: > fOI rr"tII'.II" 1.\lOX
-Pl'lIUSIIED ny- : ; and in
4l.r1l26t11. 8S9 10 if t1-r; WuLecuah. Jommk' stir; 1 l'u'ize of. I,0OO2O&IO TELEGRA; : ; which ). PrIce
THEODORE BLOIS-W. T. THOMPSON, Editor.Xargttt by I'ALMUR A \V1LLI.tm1t.Mmrek .nt "ii'mi'v. I -- \ fuO( ?5IMI.tdilrtsn, orders,i enelonlng\ rnlng mvu( '.1. to ..
:! lS5ariiiNi'irrrs LASSICAL ,...1 iSooU, M.--'l,; ._ I ) t.
S50SUOVILL C "' Vi :II: .PRIZES AMOUNTING TO. 375.00rt lieorsln Teletrraph Office, Mucoii.
Daily Circulation the State of Georyia Readinj! ite., for Kilo livJJ ; Willie: : JMntH Macon April 2AI h. I tHiu ,
ILidirs' t .
F AzLY : : or THE I rl.W n. : lhl.lmtl.J
.
( ,' of Taekncres
Dailq" JfoI'Hin.'I Xtiet fO per annum inadranee. \ iiinsula IMoiict-r & risi. IiptM, j Dn-s" ( 1.hi!! i-utm'a. which U the risk'i HoMSlfoik I Raisers !IF

Tri- M'etllif. Jforuiuti' A'nei j ul.lUhed every Mon 1V\nn rpHE i I underfilled, fully' uumlnccflof, theneci-i TLAINnnd (OCIh. l"'lilleolc.of I'lickugrsof 111 Whole\ Tickets Mrt/iO
day. and Friday at |4 ran"rik. f.r.-mi'
11 Wednradny(tHy..uMI.hed\ every per Saturday annum.at |2 m.lld1inrp of thu ity"of a. 1..I"hlI"III111'r; \ \ u r the n nivun lhtmimt i-ti for L Jin., n"II nil.] J 1""I.t"Ik.: Robes .. Ifl lit Half I' 4U.IN' ) I YU! WANT T"I: IU>T J A C K in tJ '
Horlda
20,00
rhunrndngur.JU.i.resC'.jMideJjconetand- Qn"rpr" SIlIle.f come and look at min.! 11
per annum alw In advance. .
ay & uniting and v> 'lupins >trenu'lh if the .
PATENT
J."n"IIII' Law in r.1' "it heap Vy lu tiJh; 10,00THE tenyenMold. twelve and hands hiKh. and I
alaI
TO ADVElrI'ISEIIS.The tion u w..1 a fhuniKl I of t'"llelli'n; (it Uaprtunt March J .
with 31, l8Ui> M 1 T willshowananipleof his .
Large Circulation\ of 1"Mo.llint\ News" Sewing -Double .) tol!Lu. .' IIYIX. (
/ Tllt'alh hllVI .t.'r"ln..1 Com
look
an'\lr..inf at
both city and country and especially iu fi.milles. \ sue t itim the nboi.-titl I *. GOLD MIXE II I If 01.1 bllit; will cIa; ,u Rood, ef ,
Lock Stitch Ih"lrnI" 1''I''r" n" don't
Its Dally circulation\ Mug \ and .. ', : Plantation you buy him. WM, BELL.
than thnt
larger of any .!! "-, U pitch unto suppmt' it- f00110. ALL XO &
paper iu the i"t..ltl-rPlI.I..lt. the beet |x..-ille r- ..J. will hI"at len t Itime fir.t week ineptei.i- Heavy Stri' ,"'.l tVnuhurs., .. of Jlff.rent rm7F.OXD HLAXKS. Je'Tl'.1 County, (.M. 29 ]g .
dium for all those who w'.', to make their 1.lhlll.u More than 1000 stitches Minute tn hum-it. am a wei-kly, on a r >lrl'I"I.h' I{nine q uialitl-m al.llrl....,. Mriped and Plain l>euimmct lea, TN.1 j'n lN.
and wants known to tin publii\ a way which w'11I".ure \ per rinl.he..t. nt Montievllo. 'Florida f.I.."in- brown ) iu ereiit, variety.for salt by Which takes place every W jlBi Saturday. 10nDlSOCI.TIOY..
the most prompt and profitable returns. mere outline ..r it'f i-rineiples, and ul.jecti .J.M.\v. \.
given P. M.UIVIN. 1 of. ... 1'1 UIELI'I
CIJ.loI'be; ...
.
. Septemb.'r8th.1860. 30tfNOTICE now, as nnthe tIme $23.0
runSEWING u of -
O"L dupeiuU
ntlcee-a .1
-
wla.c \ piiper ------ CenfroItHt
I
..
... .. .. l"'i"t.fldJ ly
AIKKii.br..ideiie: 'iJ E.
mainly on w bat It be heu ( |( ,
LOW PRICED "tl. proves lo w publi-h- I J \ Cops : .ilul'-\Iu. 1 Prize of... .... ...... .. 4.IMH) ''''?,!" (.Rele emu, d.tr..d.
(P [fJJ Ao.ll'I'\"I'.I"'V..III.r. l11.11 CUI 1 Prize( of. ajlicttd tnth } ,
1LL fQ@YJJI : he trim'; MurwllhS.tt', sale .. .. ... .. 2.271 HJ1'in.r ) ."'. .
MACHINE, ), n"leh.nn'lIi"ltonlIt h. "i. .a r".pt.t. paper. ; low price, .e. tor atunpreetdentcdly 40 l'rZt.f.. ...iis are. ... ... '.'"1 ttprriallyfur Curt ( i.a". of tA Stzval
lh 1.111. ,, al.1 Iy. 40 I 25 ()t'rq pe a.
I _,.. sowing with Two Thread ary, advneatiiii "* by nI. Convention. Miir.li.-il. isiin. j t: P ) .r" .. 6.11' r'EDlCAL
-- .... 00\1'1 / AMoeiution e-immmre'imi-i amid I 1.lunlo We intend'it d I IRIX 401'lzel.C.. 113 are ... ..... 4.510 ADVICE GIVEN GRATIS by th
U rI Machines ar "belt In market for Ctml- to i-ncnuragtf all the 11.1\ Int. I Skirts 12 Prizes of. '1' lot< > al'l'. .. .. R2H2S ( ) .4,11 Atl K irurK<;onto all w ho apply by ...,
thnt '
hereby (riven an Election for 'nolln.II..llal r of IpLe.
M ly or plantation .; and they are 1 itnpK-- the Florida .. Juop'll 83 Ib"i ... are.... .. l. 2SSi'are \\.lth.d..ripllnn of their condition, ( j
first, and .t age
OF be '
PRESIDENT Coiuuntion
and
r of the U'uitcd btate. will\ be held VICrPRESIDENT 1 at In families their with construction uo other, Instructions that they. may be lot into rilv the 1"III.t i' of Flrrid.i. prliua- IN oered every) for sale\"by and price, and Em\rl. t31.I.dvf..... ... ... jiSio( halita of llf<> t.)arid in cast U| oup.tnn.
the usual the several limn are contained ly, it will abut, liv inculcation of I Marth( I.t. 6311..of. l.are.. .. .. 975 erty. 1.\'ln.'funiblit-d fret of cba.. (
counties
preclnets nf IhU In a circular, "h".b each ldilou.I truth SI, J M i-i W P MARVIN. .. \' .
nwclilnv. mire.
accompanies to PI.t. C30r on and other-
State Tueadar; the 6th day of Noven.W. "soul prosperity love, b.\,H'lei.ee J'.rt. Sprrmatorrho-a .
proximo: and from which JH-UCO I .
a d.il telcUr old ) 4.810 .I.C. D ... .,. dl.ao. of .
The return thereof to beeanvasm-d forwardtito may readily and growth in gmai'e.As l'i 43.290 IhpNx..1 and CD the rtm-
I"orl how' to "I'tlirm in ordi' Hat* and Caps. 57,040 Prizes nf. . O"n. le. ij
the State in the u. r a News1unper it to I :.rl. ..13.20 p.ne employed In the sent to the af.
law for Secretary the e nras.and returns wanner of election pr.iI..1by for vnii AIMMOIIS."\(theirlutcret In n.- try.l olllo.1 maeilln.'i ad of ,.wo. 1111l'.i..k 111.1 'Ii"hkh', r.liuu. asummary GEX1 fine FurandCutolmere. hats; Vouthsand 43,680 1.lztvf.. l mmmc....... ( tHII" sealed letter ennlop li'lel.'lH of eli.rge.-. I
calling uld'r.ilne.1 ocular and In Miort have 'hl.l.t'l. do do; Panama., I.I"I'I. Straw Tw o or I three be \ ,
to \ ,
a Representative to CungrcM. The number of ; | 'an.t i
Electors to be chosen is three./ i ed and to purcl.arf.iff.do good w.'01 t'I.se umohiue. "'orlnt t\u\ .. and t..filUarh departm.a'I'arn."t" a uli < 1 1 W'i; (. I by J. M d\\' I' MARVIN '8.0'1 Prizes amounting to. *JHt1 G9G AddreM.for laUp trealnwnt.IJt.l.act'II\\.( '.

III Testimony Whereof have "..reto..t tra will iilmuLeoumr in the WHOLE TICK ETA FlVK'jioifltsSHARES HorOHTON. Acting lul' to.U"ad", \
m
11..1
aeoeIatIop5
> JOEL 1t.ld..uol.al'r.
COLLINS. JIantilla French Lace No. .
I Ijind of lower Pointy South Ninth iUtdphla.]
I J'a.
band and caused to be affixed the nth. J$9. Ag"nt T 1|'iir us nery in IX : -
[IL, S.] Great Seal I uf the State of Florida.lV ._ Muntce\o.I..e. 41 Jivbluai( \ ufevvry family, vf every name and order. T)EltACE Miaw 1 Scarf.and all the latest novil In onlering! Tu-kt-u or IROPITJOX Certificate enclose Ry order of the lrecton' I

>ne at the Cuplt d. in the city of OHL'lit' to haw, and rniitlirnis I I i _IJ_ tic-i .. Fur sale by JMAWPMARVIN: money to our a.IJr.. for the tieketiorderud the EZRA lIETWE. leL
.Tallohae. thin 3d day ol8tl.tem.oer. Mail Schedule.T : two d.ulhmrm(12Oo( ) jxr annum, in ad- e ptuf whIch they.*I.eforwaded Ilmetniaul. .e. CEO. FAIUCIIIU). ,

\ A. D.. 1880. --- ranc.'ul.'on.afl'r| the first tmujla-r. TI" si-ni-| I DuSg1.cs for Sn1e.I Purchaser can lu"e tick,'" ending in ilay 19.1840, I
)I. S. PERRY \ THE tngtlu-ir unmrab. fore its i i.ul.lrlr..flall, ( |I.. ta\l.fta they tummy J"Innll.l any ful'e I
Governor of Florida. IX'lCEU.O P. OFFICE. may toru'ard the uion, \ !. fir.t i .I The uudeiv-igned hni just The h.t of drawn numbers: ] YOTICL'-'quplteatlon will ba mad ,
B/ the GoTercor-Attnt: From and afcr Mai'will le closed and to tleiues' who only forward. their name., iiler I received a number of rm BUGGIES, of serious sent 10 purdMwn immediately after am r.ze will be the sitting of the nest .Ioa ol the G lrl"

F. L. VILLEPir.rE, with or without the nionc-, the tint Uue, I .1)'I"IIIllake. Ibey 'U be old elieon. Call All cOlluunl'allol., eoufidt-ntial I.cn'lug. Assembly t'.nJ.fur a (hrcr to build a Rail
.lulv1"lOUTIIERX rtrU-tly
'. Secretary of S/ite. MAIL, we r'I yifili -au-fidattheeud ot.IIx l'IOUlb..oo. utiht-btoreuf L O1ILMAN. () .'" fur Tld"or nOd C.OUI M..nllceJo to line. tb.direetlon
September. 15 I860. ll6t.PATIENT. )Enwol. ( )) at 4} o'clock; let tify you us and we will r..tul'l you half juur moupy and M..nlic..lo. Aug. 11, I860. 20tf408JWORK press tl b" JI..le.1 to5eK1E t'l'rftcotci. )mailer E. of 2 Orot"riv.. Gerg i .

EASTERN ,
11AI. \\'.. r.011 t all who will favor ( \P CO.1Sammcoab. Ca Aulo lAIO 1m :
.
':: Sewing Machines. Every Evening (mccpt Sunday, 4} o'clock ; cither inuhividumuhI our .nl"rlrl I May 6th. 1810. 12'ICXU'GnT. -
WESTERN MAIL .\ or a. agent, to.t*> < NOTIC&-Appllc.lloR be madt t.' ta. -
: '//r oon 'm [ :: eoinenient, and forward the result W. N Chau wl
G..nerl Florida kt
1e
Every Evening (nccpt ijuuday.) at 7 Join. IIIUUD & CO., Assembly tt.
o'c..k.t .
Tbo'na.\'i. or meet the undn4irn. '*ieuf a special.t for the
STITCH SEWING MACHINE! No will O"or/Ia. I loeorporati of
DOCBLRLOCK t In market. For saU by let..r.ffle" willbopCDBdoaSiudavsfroia7ltto .mailed the above tiMt cut at Allt"il'i'in"ef' .. U U.. F1"riJa- time' PAMPHLETS, ]3Hi3L OOMMI383OM MEROHANTS J the Town of Monticello, Jefferson e UBty, )'lenJ.

UftBIG5yEMIELL'b tilIIDlEE.Jlla. 'chx-k, A. M.. and front 1 to 8 o'eOk. l'. M.-. the urgaulzatiou 8..lIth cute July new as w Association both expn-t I here to at be at Hill Ilcuds Blank Xote 7 SAVANNAH. GEOlGIA Au..ttb. 18110 .
SO. I860. >go> 8m W< shall adhere strictly to the .Uv. that Labe1s. YCS-l"GUT, I W.1 BEARD, i TOT I
_ Iliac.Alvertimming. B1anks.: O6aIAND I I C&-Apllcatlt| Vill lift -4. t<6 I"
.. -' F lilt hALIi-AlloiweanJ valuable Lota G liRADLEV, P. M. U solicited at the usual rates,if of Cards &c. UYE JollY IEYI1 X> next of Florida.fl a Cfcar.r .
In the Tow* of Monti llo. (& For par 1tlculara Montil. February 15. I860.BUGGIES. a wpecUbUiharacter.. Address "'. ST. Cbaudoin Nltembr 1. UII !9 y for a Railroad from Montieello to the Georgia

apply at the FrftitdOfKcf. ( Uarnta, single and double. haddkrv .(. f Lon.nlp. G..". Ex: ute4 with 1.tae and dispatch at the officeof Iron and Steel tine, Ith.Iition rf ThonmasyRle. Georgia. aimng -

,; 1&t&rbflmU6O. OtfI 4f..lonale i b7 J J* WTMWW N., v.A. nuunoixV BAUEy.. ( I I ti-. r'ltl' the "Family tl"" }di'rl"Ud,.'.1'1'. .I i PLorcn Steel J: life Rods, tiers.'WPAARrl/S ., ie. 'Co, goad 11 a, at S'eDectlt Albl',tl/, '111 the ''oth-Wtetati# i. ,b-'





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